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to make thoroughly wet

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drench or submerge or be drenched or submerged

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permeate or impregnate

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Subs (not used): MacDonald (gk), Buddle GUISELEY: Drench, Hurst, Lowe, Lockwood, Lawlor, Smith (N.
Vauxhall's Paul Taylor looks on as Southport keeper Steven Drench blocks his effort on goal Pictures: JOE KEARNEY
GROUNDED: Morecambe keeper Steve Drench denies Lee Peacock
Eight minutes from time Anthony Peacock was sent sprawling by Craig Barr and it was Graham who stepped forward to send Drench the wrong way from the spot.
A more effective program requires regular testing to determine which drench is most effective; scheduling treatments to take advantage of the parasites' epidemiology; and providing 'clean' pastures for susceptible stock such as weaners.
Norwood cut in from the left and tested the palms of Drench from 25 yards as the hosts began to settle.
HOW TO CLAIM: Simply cut out the vouchers below and present them at any Budgens or Londis store to claim your free Juicy Drench cranberry and raspberry drink (440ml, worth PS1.
In stoppage time Blyth were awarded a penalty, but Glen Taylor's spot-kick was saved by Drench.
The new cash injection will see production boosted even further as the firm introduces its popular Juicy Drench drink to the manufacturing lines.
Britvic is axing its Robinsons Fruit Spring juice drinks and replacing them with Juicy Drench, an extension of its Drench bottled water brand.
The drench was effective to a point but we were having to drench every three to four weeks and it was getting very expensive," says Mr Isaac, of Mynachdu Farm, Ynysybwl, Pontypridd.
A cross from Peter Faulds on the right wing struck the top of Matt Hocking's head, with the ball sailing over Steve Drench before bouncing into the net.
Boro's first glimpse of a chance came from a Connor Franklin corner that Brown headed across the net for keeper Steve Drench to fist off the head of Carl Palmer, who was replacing suspended skipper Tom Curtis.
Danny Whitaker swung in a free-kick from the right and Pilkington escaped the attentions of Jim Bentley to head past the stranded Steven Drench.
Chester field had the chance to immediately respond when goalkeeper Steven Drench brought down Jack Lester inside the penalty area.