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  • n. Plural form of stool.


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  • Doctors and nurses often use the term stools when talking about your baby’s BMs or poop.

    The Simple Guide to Having a Baby

  • What I will be sure to report is that very high capsicum levels in stools do repel deer and, because of that, I don't recommend habanero/scotch bonnet peppers before a hunt.

    Hunters Robbing Hunters

  • That said, 1968 was a rotten year, although curiously it was the only year since 1945 when a British Serviceman was not killed on active service, falling as it did between the twin stools of the end of Empire and the beginning of the age of terror – Aden was our last serious fighting retreat from Empire in 1967 and ‘The Troubles’ in Northern Ireland did not begin until 1969.

    Archive 2008-02-10

  • Oooh and I love porcelain Chinese stools as side tables.

    Kara Mann

  • The changing color of his stools is an important sign that he is getting your milk.

    The Official Lamaze® Guide

  • And if there is one thing more irritating that that, it is when your bodily fluids instead of underperforming start to steal the show eliciting gasps of admiration for everything from the colour of the urine to the consistency of the stools, which is what happened to me.

    BBC News - Home

  • Distributor: Cheyenne Industries Inc., of Little Rock, Ark. Hazard: The recalled stools can become unstable due to loose screws, which can cause the stool legs to separate or break, posing a fall hazard to consumers.

    US Consumer Product Safety Commission - Recent recalls and product safety news

  • However, in lieu of an overly embroidered tablecloth, the table is uncovered and made of plain wood surrounded by cute stools, which is simple yet reminiscent of a traditional Italian family setting.

    Paly Voice

  • Finally would you go to a bar with this kind of stools?

    Rock Blending Summer House in Vestfold, Norway

  • What may have happened to the "stools" after Mabel was married to Sir Hubert, we cannot take it upon us to say.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 347, September, 1844


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