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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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OfficeMax says that cartridges can be refilled four to 10 times before recycling, potentially reducing the volume of recycled material.
A laser toner cartridge can't be refilled an indefinite number of times, because the photoconductor drum in the cartridge eventually gets too badly scratched and starts to produce mediocre-looking output.
printer cartridges are refilled using a pounds 15,000 machine, believed to be the fifth of its kind in the country and the only one in the North.
Loss-in-weight feeders must be refilled during continuous operation, but they can't run in gravimetric mode while refilling.
Both of the main players in the local cartridge refilling game say their customers save 30 percent to 50 percent buying remanufactured and refilled cartridges rather than new brand-name products.
A thriving new economy has grown from selling refilled or remanufactured cartridges for up to 80 percent less than manufacturers like Lexmark International, Epson, Canon, and Hewlett-Packard charge.
As most cartridges can be refilled up to six times, you can quickly make substantial savings.
manufacturer of ink jet printer inks, refilled cartridges provide printouts that are a virtual match to the original OEM ink colors, according to the company.
Asher also said that Tuffree's attempts to have a Valium prescription refilled was not cause for police to approach his home with guns drawn, and then refuse to leave.
Diaper services washing cloth diapers and dairies using refilled milk bottles are experiencing a resurgence in numbers -- and in consumer popularity.
Two Pacific Northwest breweries have refilled 48 million beer bottles in the past year, saving enough landfill space to fill a football field 24-feet deep and enough energy to serve 3,441 homes for a year.
1 In addition, studies show that for every 100 new prescriptions, only 15-20 percent are refilled as prescribed.