bandaging bandaging


  • (n) the act of applying a bandage



  1. The medics had not yet arrived, so soldiers were bandaging wounds themselves.
  2. But it does not go far on its own, and must instead be removed manually through a daily bandaging routine.
  3. Peace was made over the bandaging backstage.


  • Kids learn about careers in camp

    HENDERSON, Ky. (AP) -- For about an hour, a Henderson Community College classroom was transformed into a makeshift first aid center where middle school-aged kids bandaged up their fellow camper's imaginary wounds.   Surveying the somewhat lumpy bandaging jobs of the students, Kristin Card, a health and safety instructor for Christian County Red Cross, told the kids it didn't matter if it looked ...
    on July 1, 2013     Source: WHAS TV11 Louisville


  1. "It was very scary, I broke some ribs so that was pretty painful - even though I seem to have a high pain threshold. The bandaging was quite heavy so I guess that might be what started people talking," Kidman says. "I told them, 'You've got...
    on Aug 17, 2007 By: Nicole Kidman Source: TransWorldNews (press release)

  2. "I see this as the Delaware Valley taking a major step forward and not just bandaging an issue, but actually saying there's a comprehensive way to resolve it," Sestak said.
    on Jul 7, 2008 By: Joe Sestak Source: Delaware County Daily Times

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