apothecary


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apothecary

1. an archaic word for pharmacist
2. Law a chemist licensed by the Society of Apothecaries of London to prescribe, prepare, and sell drugs
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APOTHECARY JARS Antique apothecary style glass jar, Not On The High Street, www.
The state has not revealed the name of the compounding pharmacy supplying the drug, and The Apothecary Shoppe has declined to confirm or deny that it was the source.
The goal at Sacred Apothecary is to elevate and educate consciousness through: Akashic Soul Record Clearings, Reiki and other healing modalities and to provide a forum for like-minded individuals to purchase Holistic Lifestyle Wellness Products that will help nurture spirit, mind and body.
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In addition, House of Fraser has also introduced the Apothecary Collection, its own line specifically designed to complement the retail concept.
His apothecary shop in Small Street, Bristol, became the base of JS Fry & Sons, the oldest chocolate firm in Britain, and possibly in the world.
Best known as a playwright and author (the Obie Award-winning Talk and the post-apocalyptic novel Asphalt), Carl Hancock Rux has released an impressive catalog of music since the mid-1990s, most notably the woefully underpromoted albums Rux Revue (Sony/550, 1998) and Apothecary Rx (Giant Step, 2004).
In an epilogue added to the only court performance of his masque The Gypsies Metamorphosed (1621), Ben Jonson credited apothecary John Rumler with making the theatrical paint used to disguise the masquers as 'tawny'-coloured gypsies.
WHEN SHALEA WALKER OPENED Walker's Apothecary in Jersey City, New Jersey in 2004.
Available from September 16, the book tells the story of a young orphan named Weed who is apprenticed to an evil old apothecary.
Families visiting the local attraction will be able to meet the lady of the house, the apothecary and the washer woman.
Families who volunteered their homes for the event and get to keep the goods through the holidays heeded closely as the interior decorators described their visions: The Armani nativity set will go here; the Asian apothecary table can go over there; a 12-foot tree can sit in the entry way.