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water bag

n.
The membranous sac filled with amniotic fluid that protects a fetus during pregnancy. Also called bag of waters.

water bag

n
(Cookery) a bag, sometimes made of skin, leather, etc, but in Australia usually canvas, for holding, carrying, and keeping water cool

Water bag

A bag to carry water that was made out of cloth woven tightly enough to hold water and yet allow a bit to seep out, evaporate, and cool the bag.
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Oh, well, if Little Jem cries, I will just clap a hot water bag on his little stomach," said Susan.
Contract: 1000ml sterile water bags for irrigation - uromatic.
This article examines the commodity chain and value chain of half-litre water bags (referred to as 'pure water' or 'sachet water') in Niamey, Niger.
There is also a mini-museum of sorts directly behind the stall that showcases the heritage items -- animal-skin water bags, fishing nets, old rifles, and coffee jugs, among many others.
water bags to keep the trees fresh and sponsorship packages are all new wrinkles.
Magic Bag products replace traditional water bags and have comforting effects," explains Scartozzi.
This duration can significantly be increased by placing water bags on the earth.
2]) depending upon history, time of rupture of water bags, and per vaginal examinations.
Tranmere striker Tommy Coyne collapsed on board a flight after one match suffering from extreme dehydration and manager Jackie Charlton (right) forced FIFA to rule that water bags, but not bottles, could be thrown onto the field of play and consumed.
People also carry traditional earthen pots with an encasement of wicker called Kangri and hot water bags in the pherans to keep themselves warm.
Here, the munition is surrounded with explosives -- and sometimes water bags -- and put in an armour-plated blast chamber, or "bang box".
Horizon Stimula contraceptive sheaths (Akwell Industries, Skokie, IL) were used as water bags (Fig.