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repackaging

The transfer of specified doses of a medication from a manufacturer's bulk container to smaller containers used by patients and/or dispensing institutions.
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I had to repackage her that's why she all the more improved physically.
Edgeware's Edge TV Repackager product enables distribution and caching of TV content in a single common file format, then repackages it on-the-fly, into DASH, HLS or MSS formats, for example, as required by the client device.
Repackage and Deployment works with all versions of Windows, including XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8, as well as Server editions for both x86 and x64 systems.
These are the largest, most contaminated boxes of waste at Los Alamos, and this facility will give us the capability to repackage them safely," Mousseau said.
The libraries surveyed repackage information in the following ways: translation, literacy, scientific/technical information, economic information, selective dissemination of information, etc.
Application Deployment Guide which provides instructions and examples on how to take applications and repackage them to install on and from a U3 smart drive
If we don't have what you need today, we can restock or repackage for you very quickly.
Many pharmacists repackage the 90-tablet bottles, selling smaller quantities to consumers.
Nippon Meat has said the office chiefs ordered employees to repackage nearly 5 tons of imported beef as domestic to make it appear eligible for the state-subsidized beef buyback program.
Three-quarters will need to be repackaged for safe transport, although the money is not there to repackage these wastes, much less transport them.
McDOUGALL'S, and FANTASTIC FOODS all make cups of hot cereal that you can repackage.
The contract will see Standard Photographic convert and repackage hundreds of tons of raw photographic paper every year for use by photo labs in more than 30 countries.