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  • n. Plural form of paracetamol.

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Examples

  • With nothing more than a couple of paracetamols I've been able to do the school run - if it had been flu, I would still be in bed, groaning.

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  • Do the MHRA's lawyers seriously think that the fact that a serious risk arises from a drug only when used outside the strict terms of its authorisation - say, if you dropped dead if you took those two paracetamols just a little less than fours hours after the previous two - means the MHRA could not withdraw authorisation?

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  • Teenagers should be taking paracetamols and shoplifting in H&M, not wasting time in front of the box.

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  • The first day of the hearing was told that when Miss Miah first called, she was told to take a couple of paracetamols and call back if her condition worsened.

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  • I didn't feel too good during the lesson so I took some paracetamols or something that I found in my bag that I must've put in there ages ago ..

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  • Firstly, any kind of pills like an overdose on paracetamol will not 100% kill you, i worked with a girl who took 200 paracetamols and now is living with liver failure and is in constant physical pain due to this.

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  • The police aren't interested because the Harry Hill character manning the desk hasn't a clue what your talking about and thinks you should go to bed, take a couple of paracetamols, drink plenty of fluids and let the virus run its course.

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  • Zinc oxide tape for later on ibuprofen paracetamols boxer shorts (10-12) briefs (3-4) thick black socks (boot socks if possible)

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  • I need paracetamols and definitely and full tube of Berocca!

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