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repository

/re·pos·i·to·ry/ (-poz´ĭ-tor-e) a place where something is stored, in pharmacology referring to the injection, usually intramuscularly, of a long-acting drug, which is slowly absorbed and is therefore prolonged in its action.

repository,

n long-acting drugs, usually administered intramuscularly. See also medication, repository.
repository, rapid,
n mixtures of rapid-acting and slow-acting drugs, usually administered intramuscularly.
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The insurance repository system will soon be extended to non-life insurance policies.
This home repository can also supply a "marcxml" record for this same oai-identifier, which can be obtained by appending a ".
Appropriate student-generated research papers will be later captured in the learning asset repository by the course manager and contributed to the knowledge community for sharing between other students or community members at large.
Until he has more information on the repository and transport plans, however, Gallegly said, ``I'm not prepared to embrace it or oppose it.
It prevents moisture from [pooling] at the level of the repository and limits the amount of moisture that comes in contact with the waste containers.
Configurable content mapping from the connector to a SharePoint repository.
University President Handel Evans said that locating the only major CSU repository at the Channel Islands campus will be an honor for those students.
Spengler with the USGS in Denver and his colleagues reported that the principal fault running through the proposed repository area actually has several parallel strands extending across a width of 215 meters.
Day further demonstrated its industry thought leadership by becoming the first company to ship both an ECM solution and a Java Content Repository based on groundbreaking new standard, JSR 170.
If groundwater flooded the repository during that time, it would carry away dangerous isotopes, spreading them into the environment.
Access to all content stored in the VCM repository, or to a subset using repository views.