- directions prescribed beforehand 2. [n] - written instructions for an optician on the lenses for a given person 3. [n] - written instructions from a physician or dentist to a druggist concerning the form and dosage of a drug to be issued to a given patient
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In English law, the legal acquisition of title or right (for example, an easement
such as a right of way) by uninterrupted use or possession. ...
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Prescription: A physician's order for the preparation and administration of a drug or device for a patient. A prescription has several parts. They include the superscription or heading with the symbol 'R' or 'Rx', which stands for the word recipe (meaning, in Latin, to take); the inscription, which contains the names and quantities of the ingredien
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[ French prescription
, Latin praescriptio
, an inscription, preface, precept, demurrer, prescription (in sense 3), from praescribere
. See Prescribe
The act of prescribing, directing, or dictating; direction; precept; also,
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<pharmacology> A written direction for the preparation and administration of a remedy. ... A prescription consists of the heading or superscription that is, the symbol R or the word Recipe, meaning take, the inscription, which contains the names and quantities of the ingredients, the subscription or directions for compounding and the signatur
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directions prescribed beforehand; the action of prescribing authoritative rules or directions; `I tried to follow her prescription for success`
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(prĕ-skrip´shәn) a written directive, as for the compounding or dispensing and administration of drugs, or for other service to a particular patient. In the United States, federal law divides medications into two main classes: prescription medications and over the counter medications. Dangerous, powerful, or habit-...
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• (n.) A direction of a remedy or of remedies for a disease, and the manner of using them; a medical recipe; also, a prescribed remedy. • (n.) The act of prescribing, directing, or dictating; direction; precept; also, that which is prescribed. • (n.) A prescribing for title; the claim of title to a thing by virtue immemorial use and
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(from the article `Health and Disease`) ...his company, the largest retailer in the United States, launched in September. First in Florida and subsequently in all states but North Dakota, ... Congress renewed the 1965 Voting Rights Act for 25 additional years. It also overhauled national pension legislation and allowed travelers to brin...
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in both domestic and international law, the effect of the lapse of time in creating and destroying rights. Prescription is either acquisitive, in ... [1 related articles]
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(L. praescriptio) a written direction for the preparation and administration of a remedy. A prescription consists of the heading or superscription - that is, the symbol R or the word Recipe, meaning 'take'; the inscription, which contains the names and quantities of the ingredients; the subscription, or directions for compounding; and the signatur.
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prescription 1. A written order issued by a physician or other qualified practitioner that authorizes a pharmacist to supply a particular medication for a particular patient, with instructions on its use. 2. A written order from an optometrist or ophthalmologist for glasses or contact lenses of a particular type and strength to correct the eyesight
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In law, prescription is the method of sovereignty transfer of a territory through international law analogous to the common law doctrine of adverse possession for private real-estate. Prescription involves the open encroachment by the new sovereign upon the territory in question for a prolonged period of time, acting
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A written statement from a doctor to a pharmacist regarding the type, amount and direction of the use of a medication for a patient. Prescription medications are only available when prescribed by a medical doctor.
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The manner of acquiring property by a long, honest, and uninterrupted possession or use during the time required by law. The possession must have been possessio longa, continua, et pacifica, nec sit ligitima interruptio - long, continued, peaceable, and without lawful interruption. The law presumes a grant before the time of legal memory when the..
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It is a type or method of acquiring property which is owned by someone else, by the way of using the land for a long and continuous specified period legally, thereby legally enforceable as well.That`s is also known as positive prescription. A negative prescription is a limitation of time after which the crime is not legally enforceable.
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n. the method of acquiring an easement upon another's real property by continued and regular use without permission of the property owner for a period of years required by the law of the state (commonly five years or more). Examples: Phillip Packer drives across the corner of Ralph Roundup's ranch to reach Packer's barn regularly for a period of te
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Type: Term Pronunciation: prē-skrip′shŭn Definitions: 1. A written formula for the preparation and administration of any remedy. 2. A medicinal preparation compounded according to formulated directions, said to consist of four parts: 1) superscription, consisting of the word recipe, take, or its sign, ℞; 2) inscription, the ma
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In medicine, an order written in a recognized form by a practitioner of medicine, dentistry, or veterinary surgery to a pharmacist for a preparation of medications to be used in treatment. By tradition it used to be written in Latin, except for the directions addressed to the patien...
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A physician's order for the preparation and administration of a drug or device for a patient. A prescription has several parts. They include the superscription or heading with the symbol "R" or "Rx", which stands for the word recipe (meaning, in Latin, to take); the inscription, which contains the names and quantities of the ingredients; the subscr
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A doctor's order for medicine or another intervention.
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A direction written by the physician to the pharmacist for the preparation and use of a medicine or remedy.
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Acquiring a right in property, usually in the form of an intangible property right such as an easeme
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Prescription medications are not available without an order from the doctor.
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