simplist

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simplist

(ˈsɪmplɪst)
n
(Complementary Medicine) a herbalist
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The company acquired the Simplist line of prefilled syringes from BD last year and has already doubled the sales of this portfolio.
and the BD Simplist line of seven drugs in ready-to-administer prefilled glass syringes.
s Rx business, which includes a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Wilson, NC, and the BD Simplist line of seven drugs in ready-to-administer prefilled glass syringes.
M2 PHARMA-September 3, 2013-The US Food and Drug Administration approves third drug in new BD Simplist range(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
The company tried to compile an online guide for taking the computer apart, but even the simplist stage of repair--opening up the computer--requires special tools compatible with specific proprietary screws.
I could appreciate even the simplist things in life, like walking in the park or going for a drive in the country.
The simplist is informing passengers of an airline's safety problems, and allowing a passenger to decline a booking.
To reinstate the index linking of pensions to average wages has to be the the logical and simplist method of satisfying pensioners' economic welfare.
Joseph Stiglitz, made the subject of considerable media buzz for rediscovering some elementary truths and asserting them with an air of authority, has nevertheless been unable to draw the simplist conclusions calling the prejudices of vulgar economics into question.
In its simplist form, analyses of social validity seek to establish how a person's life is affected across the environments, people, and activities they typically engage in.
Fed by Stone, he chipped in delightfully from 22 yards as if it were the simplist of tasks.
Gez Murphy's close range effort on 74 minutes tied up the scores after Carl McAuley's run and drive cross had created the simplist of opportunities.