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Liniment

Liniment

a liquid or semiliquid preparation of a consistence thinner than an ointment, applied to the skin by friction, especially. One used as a sedative or a stimulant.

Origin: L. Linimentum, fr. Linire, linere, to besmear, anoint: cf. F. Liniment. Cf. Letter, lime a viscous substance.


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The Fiber Disease

... asse off. People are beginning to notice how often I go to the bathroom, I lie and say that my ankles swell and they thinK I have to put on "liniment" all the time. These parasites adapt to all products used against them, and the more eggs I destroy much more is produced... So sorry ...

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The Fiber Disease

... asse off. People are beginning to notice how often I go to the bathroom, I lie and say that my ankles swell and they thinK I have to put on "liniment" all the time. These parasites adapt to all products used against them, and the more eggs I destroy much more is produced. Dr. Gerberding ...

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