Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. prescription, L. praescriptio, an inscription, preface, precept, demurrer, prescription (in sense 3), fr. praescribere,. See Prescribe
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. præscribĕre, -scriptum—præ, before, scribĕre, to write.
On the whole he considered her wiser in her prescription for the malady besetting him than his uncle.
"Beauchamp's Career, Complete" by George Meredith
According to his prescript, sharp exercise of lungs and limbs is a man's moral aid against temptation.
"Lord Ormont and his Aminta, Complete" by George Meredith
An hour in the open air is worth more than a dozen expensive prescriptions by an expensive doctor.
"Three Acres and Liberty" by Bolton Hall
He talked with the nurse, and wrote another prescription.
"Aaron's Rod" by D. H. Lawrence
Prescriptions are in my blood.
"The Crown of Life" by George Gissing
I should be seriously afraid of your prescription.
"Danger" by T. S. Arthur
Dr. Elton felt of Charley's pulse, and looked at his tongue, and then wrote a prescription in silence.
"Finger Posts on the Way of Life" by T. S. Arthur
The most careful examination of the symptoms is made, and well-chosen prescriptions given.
"Friends and Neighbors" by Anonymous
My prescription is a simple one.
"The Upton Letters" by Arthur Christopher Benson
After writing a prescription, he gave a few directions, and said he would call again in the evening.
"Woman's Trials" by T. S. Arthur
Gramercy, Sirs, ye're in the right;
Prescriptions all can sell,
But he that does not eat can't sh*
Or piss if good drink fail.
"The Wandering Pilgrim" by Matthew Prior
My sister is better than all prescriptions,
She does more for me than all medicines;
Her coming to me is my amulet,
The sight of her makes me well!
"Sickness Invaded Me" by Anonymous Africas
Thou with the liver of a fish, of yore,
Didst heal old Tobit's long-benighted eyes:
Do thou to me immediate health restore
By the prescription that before me lies.
"A Prayer For A Sick Person Before He Takes Physic" by Rees Prichard
With amplitude unchecked, how sweetly thou
Didst wear the ancient custom of the skies,
And yoke of used prescription; and thence how
Find gay variety no license could devise!
"The Cloud's Swan-Song" by Francis Thompson
Shamelessly scoffed the mockers' serpent-band
"A dream that but prescription can admit
Dost dread? Where now thy God's protecting hand,
(The sick world's Saviour with such cunning planned),
Borrowed by human need of human wit?"
"Resignation" by Friedrich von Schiller
And you, our quasi Dutchman, what welcome should be yours
For all the wise prescriptions that work your laughter-cures?
"Shake before taking"?--not a bit,--the bottle-cure's a sham;
Take before shaking, and you 'll find it shakes your diaphragm.
"Post-Prandial" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Supervalu, bigg 's, Remke Markets, Cincinnati, food and drug stores, pharmacies, prescription files.
A man has been charged with stealing prescription medication from a Blacksburg CVS Pharmacy.
A Newaygo County man says the prescription medications his mother and her.
Patrick Hayes' prescription for the Tigers.
Emil and Friends' Bouncy 'Prescriptions'.
In many ways, the commission's prescription -- shaking up the bureaucracy -- is as unsatisfying as its diagnosis is accurate.
Our portfolio of brands includes the best selling sun and prescription eyewear in the world.
A Cadiz woman was arrested last week for allegedly forging prescriptions.
Her vision needs a contact in one eye to see close and a different contact prescription in the other to see far, known as monovision.
The New Jersey State Attorney General has described the abuse of prescription drugs as an epidemic.
Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Dr Jennifer Ashton about how easily accessible prescription drugs can be for teens.
Prescription drug abuse is a serious public health threat.
Teens think prescription pills, even taken at random and consumed with alcohol, are safer than street drugs — but they could be dead wrong.
My friend Joanne has developed a new habit each time she picks up her prescriptions from the pharmacy.
Like many, Joanne takes a prescription drug that requires a refill every 30 days.
Prescription is the same as in the previous sections.
Categorification of the Dichromatic Polynomial for Graphs
The self-consistent equation for w(µ) that follows can then be solved using a population dynamics prescription.
Finitely connected vector spin systems with random matrix interactions
To make this expression well-deﬁned, we must specify a normal-ordering prescription.
A prototype for dS/CFT
To make the normal ordering terms on the right hand side of (A1) well-deﬁned, one may use a iǫ prescription.
A prototype for dS/CFT
It is also necessary to regulate the δ ′ (θ−θ ′ ) factor using the same prescription. A potential central term in the algebra then arises from D ˙φ(θ)φ′ (θ ′ ) + ˙φ(θ ′ )φ′ (θ)E in the limit that points coincide.
A prototype for dS/CFT