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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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The manufacturer stated that aside from RV owners, their refillable propane tanks will also help industries like plumbing and welding.
Refillable bottles are already the beverage packing system with one of the lowest environmental footprints.
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Available in translucent and matt chrome, it is a refillable lighter that retails at 99p and is packed in display boxes of 16.
There is a new, safer tiki light: a 67-inch-tall stainless-steel model with a fiberglass wick that comes with a refillable canister.
Refillable milk bottles, already making a comeback in many natural foods stores, provide a low-cost container for milk while encouraging local processing, thus providing employment for the local community.
And in many Latin American countries, refillable PET bottles have become the preferred beverage containers.
Supported by market commentary, data includes consumption trends (historical and forecasts to 2014), segmentation data (flavour, ambient vs chilled), packaging analysis (pack material, refillable vs non-refillable, multi vs single serve), distribution splits and leading companies' percentage market share.
com)-- Big Apple Pet Supply has added KONG Refillable Catnip Beaver Cat Toy to their extensive discount inventory.
7 million businesses, welcomed "with relief" the European Commission's announcement that a plan to ban the use of refillable olive oil jugs was withdrawn and would be replaced with a new proposal (see Europolitics 4650).
Thierry Mugler first launched refillable fragrance bottles more than twenty years ago, but the brand will now feature "refilling stations," called "Sources" (French for "springs") in more than 2,000 of its retail locations throughout France--and at 11,500 retail locations throughout the world.