(v. i.) To make a hissing sound, as a burning fuse.
(n.) A hissing sound; as, the fizz of a fly.
(1) Everyone worked hard, but it is fair to pick out Willian because of his work-rate, quality on the ball, participation in the first goal and quality of the second.” It had been Willian’s fizzed cross, 11 minutes before the break, which Dragovic had nodded inadvertently inside Shovkovskiy’s near post to earn the hosts their initial lead.
(2) Behind the scenes, at least, it appears Anelka has proved a welcome addition to the club's ranks, with Berahino, who scored the visitors' third goal with a fizzing drive, praising the veteran as a positive influence on his fellow frontmen.
(3) He fizzes with energy and ideas, and when asked to describe himself, says “loyal, workaholic”.
(4) A pologies in advance for the lack of fizz, the absence of oomph, the non-appearance of verve in today's Rumour Mill.
(5) Carlgren flapped a Luke Garbutt corner to the edge of the box and the Manchester United midfielder chested it down before sending a fizzing volley back past the Sweden goalkeeper.
(6) 'Portland, Oregon and sloe gin fizz, if that ain't love then tell me what is, uh huh…" Best name in the league... You're not fooling anyone Simon.
(7) It’s as though you went out one warm evening – an evening fizzing with delicious potential – you went out for just one drink… and woke up two days later in a skip.
(8) This is what we imagined: the becalmed beauty of the Whitsunday Passage, that spectacular collection of islands protectively nestled inside the Great Barrier Reef, safe from prevailing winds; bright blue languid days gliding over turquoise waters, taking turns at the tiller in our togs; finding our own private cove as the sun goes down; diving into warm pristine waters; the tinkling of intimate laughter; the fizz of champagne and the sizzle of prawns on the barbie.
(9) With the exception of a Junior Stanislas shot that fizzed wide in the 66th minute, they could not create the same attacking verve they had previously shown.
(10) Yet it still felt vaguely surprising when Yaya Touré shrugged himself from his own fitful display – occasionally at his brutish best, just as often rather sluggish, and nothing like the player who rampaged in this arena as City all but claimed the title last April – to fizz in a riposte 12 minutes from time, but there was to be no relief at the end.
(11) Liverpool were irresistible for a golden period after the interval, which climaxed in Sadio Mané, the £30m signing from Southampton, fizzing home their fourth goal.
(12) Dukureh fizzes with energy: “Just seeing how much passion there is, how we all want this change – it’s good for me,” she says.
(13) He denies his team-mates look to him as England’s main man – “We have a lot of players in this squad that have done well this season for their clubs; I am just one of them” – but on the occasions he was able to find space on the ball against Portugal he proved his threat, with one fizzing effort from distance particularly troubling José Sá in the Portugal goal.
(14) When we were little, she was always tempting us with sugary treats: a bottomless Smarties bin and her legendary coke floats – a lump of vanilla ice-cream fizzing in a glass of cold cola.
(15) The West Ham United forward gave the hosts a 2-1 victory with his goal from outside the area, which he sent fizzing into the top corner with his left foot, and when he was substituted in stoppage time he could not hold back the tears.
(16) Saints sweep upfield, and Rodriguez has the Liverpool defence jogging backwards in impotent panic, but with options either side, he fizzes a useless low shot wide left.
(17) Barcelona started as they meant to continue, fizzing the ball across the turf and carrying the match to their opponents.
(18) In normal circumstances the Westminster village would already be fizzing with speculation about George Osborne’s eighth budget , which he will deliver nine days hence.
(19) Alejandro Faurlin fizzed a low shot wide after swivelling near the penalty spot.
(20) He was 36 yards out but his hard, flat shot fizzed past a poorly positioned wall, seeming to swish slightly, almost imperceptibly right then left then right again, like the tailfin of a dolphin.
(v. t.) To press or knead the whole surface of the body of (a person), and at the same time to stretch the limbs and joints, in connection with the hot bath.
(v. t.) To wash throughly and rub the head of (a person), with the fingers, using either soap, or a soapy preparation, for the more thorough cleansing.
(n.) The act of shampooing.
(1) Twenty-five children were treated with a phenothrin liquid shampoo and 25 with a carbaryl shampoo.
(2) Significantly greater and earlier reductions in both degree of scaling and corneocyte counts were seen in subjects treated with the formula containing both sulfur 2 percent and salicylic acid 2 percent in the shampoo base than in those who received either active ingredient alone or the shampoo vehicle.
(3) Recommendations are made to use "Aminookis" (AO) in shampoos to 8%, deodorizing agent in deodorants to 2% and "Hyaluron" in creams to 20% (as trade products).
(4) Baby shampoo was non-stimulatory over the applied concentration range.
(5) And while Pantene got on the feminism bandwagon last year with a commercial about double standards launched in the Philippines, let us not forget their ad in Brazil that used a tremendously large breasted woman to hawk shampoo.
(6) The etiology of Kawasaki syndrome remains unestablished, although a possible role has been suggested for exposure to the application of carpet shampoo, house dust mites, and rickettsial infection.
(7) Twelve healthy volunteers were studied before and after shampooing their hair daily for 4 days with the CCT-containing shampoo.
(8) A concentration series, (0.005 to 10% solution in saline), of various potential irritants (phosphate detergent, baby shampoo, liquid chlorine bleach, herbal shampoo, onion juice, SDS, and sodium chloride) was applied directly to the cornea of the anesthetized rabbit.
(9) When asked what advice she had given the younger actors who were newcomers to the Star Wars franchise she replied: “Don’t go through the crew like wildfire.” Another questioner asked what were the strangest Star Wars merchandising items they had seen, and Fisher said: “Shampoo bottle, because you can twist off your head” – before pointing out a Princess Leia strain of marijuana was available.
(10) The results indicate that both products are effective in the treatment of head lice infection and that the phenothrin shampoo would be a useful addition to the insecticides currently employed.
(11) Harrison Ford (Han Solo) had had a small part in George Lucas's American Grafitti, but was working as a carpenter when he was cast as the sardonic space smuggler, and Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia) had appeared briefly in the 1975 Warren Beatty comedy Shampoo.
(12) The price-fixing affected a large number of popular brands, such as Vanish stain remover, Palmolive washing-up liquid, Sun and Calgonit dishwasher tablets, Sanex and Petit Marseillais shower gel, shampoos including Head & Shoulders, Fructis and Elsève, and Colgate and Signal toothpaste.
(13) Prevention of shunt infections in this high-risk group could be facilitated by the reduction of skin bacterial density before surgery using chlorhexidine shampoos and by the elimination of contamination by skin bacteria during surgery using packs soaked in an antiseptic agent to isolate wound edges and glove-changing before handling the shunt.
(14) Less important items were Transporting patients(3.411), Changing linens(3.442), Giving a bed shampoo (3.506).
(15) Thirty-six patients with seborrhoeic dermatitis of the scalp and culture positive for Pityrosporum ovale were treated in a double-blind placebo controlled study with ketoconazole shampoo twice weekly for 4 weeks.
(16) Hexachlorophane baths daily, chlorhexidine shampoo once daily for a week, and were taken off duty from wards for one day.
(17) The efficacy of 1% ketoconazole shampoo in the treatment of dandruff was tested in a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial with 176 patients.
(18) Clinical dandruff gradings of each half of the head were made 4 days after the last shampoo in each group, when scalp biopsy samples were also taken from each half of the head.
(19) It has successfully attracted consumers to the cause not by preaching to them, but by showing how the new packaging lets them use every last drop of shampoo in the shower, minimizing waste by changing consumer behavior.
(20) Hello Robin Thicke ; look at an ad where a woman has an orgasm because of a shampoo; watch reality TV.