In the fishery, they usually go by the generic name
These though generally included in the generic name
of free trappers, have the more specific title of skin trappers.
One was the barge which he had brought from Mackinaw; another was of a larger size, such as was formerly used in navigating the Mohawk River, and known by the generic name
of the Schenectady barge; the other was a large keel boat, at that time the grand conveyance on the Mississippi.
Of the Lenni Lenape, or as they were called by the whites, from the circumstances of their holding their great council-fire on the banks of that river, the Delaware nation, the principal tribes, besides that which bore the generic name
, were the Mahicanni, Mohicans, or Mohegans, and the Nanticokes, or Nentigoes.
It was in this state that Master Tom lay at half-past seven on the morning following the day of his arrival, and from his clean little white bed watched the movements of Bogle (the generic name
by which the successive shoeblacks of the School-house were known), as he marched round from bed to bed, collecting the dirty shoes and boots, and depositing clean ones in their places.
GENERIC AND BRAND NAMES OF MEDICINES Generic name
Each medicine has an approved chemical name called the generic name
OTCQB: GNSZ), a leader in developing prodrug therapeutics for the treatment of cancer, today announced that the World Health Organization's (WHO) International Nonproprietary Name (INN) group has recommended the generic name
"mipsagargin" (mip sa gar' jin) for its lead drug candidate, also known as G-202, currently in Phase II clinical trials for hepatocellular carcinoma (liver cancer) and glioblastoma (brain cancer).
For instance, the "-prazole" ending of Nexium's generic name
, esomeprazole, reveals that it is a type of antiulcer medication.
Sardar Jaffar said that implementation of generic name
medicines policy would not only give a benefit to common people but also to the government.
Table 1: Antibacterial preparations Generic name
Rxs (thousands) % Chloramphenicol 1,964.
involves exclusive distribution rights to NATCO's pre-filled syringes of glatiramer acetate, the generic name
for Copaxone, in major markets including the U.
concluded an agreement on January 29 for the co-development and co-marketing of Asacol - development code Z-206, generic name
mesalazine, Asacol is an oral enteric-coated pharmaceutical formulation of mesalazine, a drug for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).