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refill

Pharmacology
noun A second (or more) allotment of a prescription agent obtained from a pharmacy, which is allowed by the original prescription.
 
verb To obtain more of a particular drug after the initially prescribed amount of the agent has been used or administered.

refill

noun A second allotment of a prescription agent obtained from a pharmacy, which is allowed by the original prescription verb Pharmacology To obtain more of a particular drug, after the initially prescribed amount of the agent has been used or administered. See Prescription.
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Energy efficiency and sustainability : By helping swap out disposable bottles for Earth-friendly refills, every place that installs a Wave becomes a launchpad for the future of sustainable hydration.
Samra Abouchacra, the Consultant Physician at Tawam Hospital, said, "There are several benefits of Prescription Refill Clinics, both to the hospital as well as to patients with chronic but stable conditions.
Nescafe has revamped its coffee refills with a new compact format designed to reduce transport costs and environmental impact.
Current AM Jenny Randerson said: "Now that WPD have satisfied themselves that the structure of the reservoir is safe, they should close the valve and allow the reservoir to refill.
Bank assistant general manager for IT Mohammed Shafiee said that BIsB was pleased to announce that the bank has recently launched their new interactive voice response hotline, through which BIsB offers convenient and accessible ways for their customers to refill their Batelco SimSim accounts.
When the test is overdue or the last blood pressure test is beyond the time for a reasonable refill, the medical assistant or nurse requesting the clinician to sign off knows to first arrange the needed appointment or tests and to request a refill that lasts just beyond that date.
If you are able to refill the cartridges three or four times before print quality becomes unacceptable and you need to spend the money on a new set, the bucks saved add up quickly.
Rapid Refill was founded by four partners in November 2002.
will also e-create three further jobs to deal with customer inquiries, operate the refill equipment and organise the daily collection and delivery service to offices, schools and community venues.
Actual feed rate during and immediately after refill is usually above setpoint, though the system eventually stabilizes.
It probably cost us $10 to $12 (in staff time) to refill a prescription and we do 300 a day," McAdams says.