medicine cabinet

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medicine cabinet

A storage cabinet for medical supplies, toilet articles, and the like.
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When you are going through your closets and drawers this year, don't forget your medicine chests.
Sensors will be attached to their medicine chests, attached to their insulin to see whether they took it or not, and attached to these people themselves.
His last review included in the anthology not only celebrates Damien Hirst's cadavers and medicine chests but gushes over the beneficence of the 23,000-square-foot Gagosian Gallery.
But old, unused drugs from medicine chests should not be allowed to contribute to the problem, Morgenstern said.
Sometimes, people are curious and will search our medicine chests for clues about us.
Our customers emphatically told us that they wanted to be able to take care of their pets in the same, quick-click way that they stock their pantries, fill their medicine chests and purchase their gifts at NetGrocer.
In addition to selling Caswell-Massey's extensive line of fine fragrances, bath and body products and accessories in the 1100 square foot space, the store will house a variety of items from the firm's extensive archives including medicine chests and perfume and pharmaceutical recipe books as well as photographs of the many Caswell-Massey stores that have been a fixture in the New York retail scene.
An example of human dependency on plants is reported by the National Audubon Society in its 1992 book, Rebirth of Nature: "It is increasingly clear that the (world's) rain forests are like huge medicine chests whose doors have hardly been opened.