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dispensation

1. Chiefly RC Church
a. permission to dispense with an obligation of church law
b. the document authorizing such permission
2. Christianity
a. the ordering of life and events by God
b. a divine decree affecting an individual or group
c. a religious system or code of prescriptions for life and conduct regarded as of divine origin
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Line width is defined by the series of dots dispensed at a correct spacing to align properly to form a straight and non-scalloped line.
Because of the improved hygiene, the quality of the beer or wine dispensed will be assured with the disposable dispensing line.
Putty and catalyst mixed and dispensed through a mixing block and chamber.
Once a limit is reached, the operator can take pre-specified actions that will ensure that the dispensed amount remains within a tolerance value.
If medications are not dispensed, the unit will take action and call caregivers to inform them of a missed dose.
As manufacturing volumes increase, the typical response is to increase the number of dispense heads so multiple strips can be dispensed simultaneously.
Materials dispensed can range from very low (water-like) to very high (toothpaste-like) viscosity and encompass many different functions.
The leaflet stated: 'At Specsavers Opticians, our primary concern is the health of your eyes and the quality of the glasses that are dispensed for you.
Total Time Accumulator determines total amount of foam dispensed to ensure better inventory control and planning.
However, the L-pass may not be possible with RF shields, which usually require several small shots of material to be dispensed through a hole in the top of the shield.
Formerly, the only way a schedule II drug could be dispensed was on receipt of a written prescription, except in "emergency" cases where a pharmacy could dispense a 72-hour supply based on an oral prescription, provided the prescriber forwarded a written prescription (Rx) to the dispensing pharmacist within a three-day period.