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Synonyms for suds

Synonyms for suds

a mass of bubbles in or on the surface of a liquid

to form or cause to form foam

Synonyms for suds

the froth produced by soaps or detergents

a dysphemism for beer (especially for lager that effervesces)

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wash in suds

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make froth or foam and become bubbly

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As the importance of social health and well-being awareness increases, opportunities have been created for state and local governments to develop a single comprehensive system, or universal one-agency networks, to link different systems (including SUD HIEs).
Rewards for pledges to the SUDS COUNTY 2 Kickstarter campaign include, but are not limited to, digital downloads of the film, exclusive t-shirts made just for the campaign, credits in the film, and limited quantity brew days with some of the best breweries in San Diego County.
Understanding addiction as a brain disease should be the basis for our programs, our policies and our practices when addressing individuals with SUDs," said Botticelli.
Because 48 per cent of gross sales go to the cost of laundry supplies, monitoring the latter is a key step to managing a profitable Suds franchise.
In addition to family therapy, adolescents with ADHD and SUD can benefit from "contingency management," in which they earn rewards if they achieve positive outcomes, he said.
A potential barrier to effective services is that consumers who are diagnosed or may meet diagnostic criteria for SUDS are not being identified by VR counselors.
Between 2006 and 2010, Suds of Russellville took out four loans with Signature Bank.
Unfortunately, social work students are not typically educated about SUDs or their effects on children and families, thus the unique opportunity to help CPSUDs (as well as others affected by SUDs) is often missed (Straussner & Fewell, 2006).
This Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) is for primary care providers who treat or are likely to treat adult patients with or in recovery from SUDs who present with CNCP.
Statistics fail to convey, however, the decimation that SUDs have wrought in these closeknit communities, where identification with large extended families normatively entails considerable kinship obligation.
Although there is some evidence that stimulant use does increase SUD risk, other evidence suggests stimulant use does not increase susceptibility to SUDs2,3 and some studies have suggested stimulant use in ADHD patients may protect against SUDs.
Thus, teasing apart alterations in brain structure associated with persistent violent behaviour and those associated with SUDs presents an ongoing challenge," they said.
Incorporating SUDS can also offer regulatory compliance and environmental, health and safety (EHS) benefits as well as facility design advantages.
The availability of this device enables electrophysiology (EP) labs to save money and reduce waste, saving up to 50 percent of the cost of the original device while diverting SUDs from landfills.