rescription


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rescription

(rɪˈskrɪpʃən)
n
a reply or answering of a letter
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Miracle Cure demonstrates that this shift, facilitated by a mix of altruism and greed, caused the "[p] rescription of antibiotic without a specific cause" to reach "disturbing proportions." The book is a fascinating and important read that translates to a deep understanding of the history of antibiotic development leading up to the current state and its problems.
[T]his process of rescription and personal rectification, pursued by various individual sages, from time to time, had the effect of preventing our history from degenerating into absolute fable.
Smokers should he given clear, firm advice to stop smoking, and offered suitable support, including rescription of pharmacotherapies and referral to specialist services.
Seth Lerer relies heavily on poems of uncertain attribution to advance an argument about "problems of text and reader" that he thinks are thematized in Wyatt's work: "[...] all writing is a form of a defense: a constant process of revision and rescription, of rereading and collating, that leads to a governing appreciation of the slippages of language [...]" (190, 189).
The bill covers any product "which either is a metabolite of a scheduled anabolic steroid or is transformed in the body directly into a scheduled anabolic steroid or the metabolite of a scheduled anabolic steroid." If the bill becomes law, all manufacturers and distributors of such steroid precursors and metabolites will be required to register annually with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and such products will only be available with a doctor's p rescription. Failure to comply with the DEA's regulations would subject manufacturers and distributors to felony prosecution for illegally trafficking a Federally controlled substance.