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  • n. Plural form of dressing.

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Examples

  • I have been greeted by enough stenches on removing dressings from the feet of diabetic patients to know whether someone is going to need intravenous or oral antibiotics.

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  • Later on, when I was well enough to wash myself in the bathroom, I found that there was kept there a huge packing case into which the scraps of food and dirty dressings from the ward were flung, and the wainscotings were infested by crickets.

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  • Wish-Bone is trying to sell us the nonsense that their dressings are the reason that a salad is healthy for us; their nutritious oils, to quote them.

    Christina Pirello: Food Corporations Lie Yet Again

  • The white meat particularly enjoys the company of bright citrus dressings, which is why I always grate a little lime zest into my crabcakes.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • (e) from dirty dressings, that is, dirty in the sense that they have on them germs which can get into the wound and cause infection or blood poisoning.

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  • Smith & Nephew specialises in advanced wound care products such as dressings and gels, endoscopy and other medical devices, as well as its orthopaedics business.

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  • His books - "Millennium Cookbook: Extraordinary Vegetarian Cuisine" (Ten Speed Press, 1998, $24.95) and "The Artful Vegan: Fresh Flavors from the Millennium Restaurant" (Ten Speed Press, 2003, $24.95) - offer recipes for elements such as dressings and sauces that can be used to create his fancy fare, or to dress up a simple dish you might make at home.

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  • If you are perusing the buffet table, skip the items that are loaded with calories and fat, such as dressings and gravy.

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  • Army Master Sgt. Horace Tyson, a combat medic, said he attributes the high number of people being saved to the advanced tools the Army provides medics, such as dressings that stop or slow blood flow from wounds.

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  • In the food packaging market makers of potted vegetables, and prepared foods such as dressings, condiments, sauces, jams, and baby foods represent the key end users of glass packaging.

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