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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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Furthermore, the new range's smart design allows for ink refilling at an optimised 45-degree refill angle.
Retail Inkjet Solutions (RIS) is recognized as the quality standard for in-store inkjet cartridge refilling.
Nicodem maintains that offering a cartridge refilling service also benefits the retailer by increasing store traffic.
You can save by refilling your monochrome laser printer and laser-based photocopier toner cartridges with black replacement toner from RechargX (www.
Cartridge World, the world's largest ink refilling company, will launch a TV advertising campaign in January to persuade more people to recycle old cartridges.
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.
I am not sure whether this has been tested legally yet, but it seems to me that if you have a way of refilling a cartridge with ink, that unless that ink itself infringes some form of chemical formula patent then it may be viable for a time.
The fact is expected to force more people to turn to refilling depots for drinking water.
The starter fluid will add only about 7 cents to the cost of refilling a color chamber.
Departing from the old style card box containing refill sachets of herbs and spices, Fiddes Payne have produced their own Grind Fresh and Mosimann refills in alu-foil tubes that not only have strong shelf appeal but also greatly simplify the refilling process.
Dairies refilling plastic milk jugs (made from high-density polyethylene [HDPE] or polycarbonate resin) do so an average 50 times before discarding them, according to industry sources.
in Seattle and Blitz-Weinhard in Portland, OR, said their refilling programs have also proven much less expensive than buying new one-way bottles.