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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.
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ring

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Management is focused on control of the symptoms--because they tend to be mild and pain related--so things such as cool compresses (in the form of a cold, wet washcloth--my personal favorite recommendation--or a teething ring) or occasional acetaminophen can be helpful and reassuring.
A safe, plastic, liquid-filled teething ring that has been refrigerated or even frozen will satisfy his teething needs and will reduce his interest in munching on human flesh.
He wails like a banshee but if I don't leave he just keeps on using me as a teething ring. Perhaps I should wear a full shark suit or invest in some of that white cuttlefish that budgies peck at.
It was not long before she had a full white set, after using up a tube of teething gel and occasionally gnawing on a teething ring.
If you use a teething ring, take it out of the freezer before it becomes rock hard - you don't want to bruise those already swollen gums.
If any Coventry babies do make the squad, they'll also qualify for a sky blue babysuit, rattle and teething ring.
The water samples with the vinyl chloride teething ring and hose also contained relatively high concentration levels, the paper said.
One example is Little Teethers gel packaged with a teething ring that bears the company's Little Remedies logo.
You can help your baby by giving them a teething ring or toy, the corner of a wet clean flannel, or, if they can manage it, a raw carrot or apple to chew on.
Distract your child with a chilled teething ring (never freeze it or your baby may get frostbite) or a piece of carrot - something with a firm texture.