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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.
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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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Last year it was announced walkers will have access to free drinking water along the 870 Wales Coast path, the first location for the roll out of a Refill scheme for Wales.
From a commercial point of view I don't particularly like it, but there are potential commercial benefits - we can Tweet to local cycle clubs, so they can refill while they're cycling here."
One Refill Station is located in the departure lounge, the second is next to the departure gates and the third is in the baggage reclaim hall.
'Home care is one of our fast-moving lines, and customers have long been asking for refills because of the volume of usage.
Sarah Irving, Refill regional coordinator said: "Rolling out Refill in Manchester Airport is really going to help the campaign for reusables to take off, with many travellers opting to take their own bottles and cups when travelling.
aACoeOil marketing companies (OMCs) have informed that PMUY beneficiaries have taken more than 24 crore LPG refills up to December 2018.
The Leader of the House, Julie James AM, replied: "I know the Minister is very pleased with her Refill policy, and no doubt will be bringing something back to the Chamber in the course of it to tell us how well it's doing."
Sethi, M.D., M.P.H., from Harvard Medical School in Boston, and colleagues conducted a retrospective review of 173 patients who underwent rhinoplasty to examine opioid prescription data, including type of opioid, quantity, dosage, and refills within three weeks of surgery.
The Refill app is available for download for free on both Google Play and the App Store, and anyone wanting to find out more or wants to sign up, can email Severn Trent at Refill@severntrent.co.uk As of Friday, the scheme is up and running, with more businesses potentially joining up in future.
The aim of Refill, which was set up by Bristolbased not-for-profit organisation City To Sea, is to reduce the reliance upon single-use plastic bottles.
The Welsh Government will work with towns, villages and food and drink businesses to sign up to become refill points.
The finding came from an analysis of Prime's Missed Refill program--a Medicare patient outreach program designed to decrease patients' drug supply gaps and increase adherence for three drug categories: cholesterol, hypertension and diabetes.