carbolic soap


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carbolic soap

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carbolic

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a disinfectant soap containing phenol
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After that he resisted no more, and was washed out and scrubbed out and cleansed out with the hose, a big bristly brush, and much carbolic soap, the lather of which got into and stung his eyes and nose, causing him to weep copiously and sneeze violently.
Vicki added about Mindful: "The shop has proven that stepping into the past works for people with dementia and when they utilise their senses by smelling the carbolic soap, tasting the traditional sweets and listening to music this provokes emotions that connect to a memory.
Some had carbolic soap stuffed in their mouths and had their heads banged together, the inquiry heard.
But others visited untrained backstreet abortionists - like the character Vera Drake, played by Imelda Staunton in Mike Leigh's 2004 film - who ended pregnancies using knitting needles or syringes filled with hot carbolic soap mixture.
Should it taste of mint, strawberry or carbolic soap? And we haven't even started on the brushes yet.
A year later, it was reported she had further misfortune when she suffered a "badly scarred face" after using a face cream "poisoned" with carbolic soap.
Carbolic soap and reproduction packaging of vintage brands, including Spam, Omo and Pilot Matches all feature in the so-called "rem pods".
The urine and the ashes were the forerunners of carbolic soap, antiseptic liquids, surgical spirit and Band Aids.
(24) Lifebuoy's distinguishing characteristic was that it was a "carbolic soap"--made with carbolic acid, an organic compound with disinfectant, bacteria-killing qualities.
The memory boxes, which will be displayed at Llandudno Library in April, focus on home, with bars of carbolic soap and pipe tobacco in an old bread bin, on holidays using seashells, and a work box featuring tools from the 1940s.
Other reports detailed children in care being locked in darkened rooms for hours, kids banned from seeing their parents, and a seven-year-old girl who had her mouth washed with carbolic soap for swearing.
"About 30 members of the public came along, and we were shown things like kettles, Victorian Christmas cards and bookmarks, carbolic soap and even a sausage maker.