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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cauterise.
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Well, to remove 'rhoids medical practitioners have this soldering iron thingy that cuts and cauterises the offending blighters.
These Rats feed on nothing but good stuff, such as wheat, corn, and meal; and from experience I find that if a man is bitten on the hand by one of these Brown or Stack Rats it never “takes bad ways,” but, if bitten by a dirty Drain Rat, then whether he cauterises or bathes the wound is no matter, it is sure to “take bad ways.”
But investors, let alone voters, won't pour billions into the banks until eurozone leaders reverse an acute loss of credibility with some definitive leadership that somehow unites Europe under a credible, but also deliverable, plan and cauterises the problem of debt and overspending once and for all.
Look, listen, learn, see, say, do and enjoy for: Criticism cauterises Aalysis agonises Education galvanises.