matrass


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matrass

(ˈmætrəs) or

mattrass

n
(Chemistry) chem obsolete a long-necked glass flask, used for distilling, dissolving substances, etc
[C17: from French, perhaps related to Latin mētiri to measure]
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Placing the patient on a vacuum matrass for spine immobilization maintained accessibility to the head for Infrascanner measurements.
The school which has 20 teachers, 624 learners and 40 institutional workers received 675 single beds, 675 matrasses, 675 bed sheets, cutleries and liftment of hostel blocks.
As parts of events marking the 2019 World Refugees Day (WRD), the Commission of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) donated food items, matrasses and mosquito nets to refugees in Abuja, Nigeria on Friday, 21st June 2019.
So far, Turkey's humanitarian assistance to the region has consisted of delivery food, fruits and vegetables, drinking water, matrasses, blankets, hygiene kits, clothes, and packages of diapers to about 300,000 civilians in Afrin.
These include matrasses, blankets, high-thermal blankets, plastic sheets, solar lamps, jerry cans, clothes, and other basic aid items.