sponge bath

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you wash your body with a sponge or washcloth instead of in a bathtub

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While administering a sponge bath to the patient, Nurse Viray performed nonconsentual oral copulation on the patient.
If sufficient water is not on hand for bathing, airmen should clean themseves by means of a sponge bath using solution-impregnated pads, a damp rag, or a dry, clean cloth.
I grew to relish even the most menial tasks in cheese maintenance, like the ceremonious ablution of a molding rind, which involves a delicate sponge bath in white vinegar.
Those experiencing heat exhaustion should immediately seek shade, hydrate with non-alcoholic, non-caffeinated beverages, and take a cool shower, bath, or sponge bath.
Ill get some water to give him a sponge bath," I offered.
After a shower or sponge bath, she will help them choose what they are going to wear.
Soak your childs entire body in cool water or give your child a sponge bath using cool water.
Get a distiller and take a gallon of the distilled water, warm it, and pour it into a sink or basin--then take a sponge bath.
In a TV documentary shot in London, I watched a very old man, bedridden and weak, being given a sponge bath by a Filipino caregiver.
A good old-fashioned sponge bath works wonders, and is very refreshing.
James Ayotte said patrons called police after they found a man they didn't recognize taking a sponge bath in the men's room at the Joseph P.
Above: Emily enjoys a sponge bath given by Fischer and Bernier.
Tell them to have a sponge bath if the heat really gets them down.
For anything beyond a sponge bath, there is one room at the top of the stairs, featuring a substantial tub, that must be used by all of the inn's guests (though, fortunately, not at the same time).