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pothecary

(ˈpɒθɪkərɪ)
n, pl -caries
1. (Law) an archaic or Brit dialect variant of apothecary
2. (Pharmacology) an archaic or Brit dialect variant of apothecary
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Andrew Pothecary, ForestNation CEO & Founder, commented, "Growing and planting a tree is a magical action you can all experience.
Other volunteers included Lisa and Darrin Erwin, Karen Kuzis, Chris Meyer, Kiara Lopez, Gabriel Perez, Tommy Campana, Tor Pothecary and Ann DeLong.
Hayley Pothecary of Diageo said: "We want to encourage responsible drinking in Cheltenham to ensure the races are a time of celebration.
Andrew Pothecary, Managing Director at WCAFI on +34-615318316 or via email apothecary@wcafi.
Reporting inspector Patricia Pothecary said pupils aged between two to 19, said their school was brilliant and that lessons were the best part.
Patricia Pothecary said in her letter: "We can see why you are so happy at Wainbody Wood.
Lynette Pothecary, the council's health promotion officer said the idea was to encourage as many people as possible in Swansea to use No Smoking Day as a starting point for giving up.
The two forwards are prop Craig Pothecary (Handsworth) and back-row forward Danny Piesley (Old Halesonians).
George Pothecary, Acting Deputy Chief Constable of Dorset, heads the investigation into Kitts's death.
Created by Cally-Jo Pothecary, who was responsible for Rihanna's henna-style hand inking, it will be engraved onto the back of a series of Limited Edition HTC One M9 handsets.
On target for Ynyshir were Alex Rees, Damian Roberts, Nathan Applin and substitute, Kai Meades, with Luke Pothecary replying for Fochriw.
Lead Ofsted inspector Patricia Pothecary said Hamstead's pupils had reached above average standards in English, maths and science for several years.