pharmaceutical[ fahr-muh-soo-ti-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pharmaceutical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PHARMACEUTICAL
Pharmaceutical, Non-officinal, and other Preparations of Arsenic.
This oil affords a cheap and excellent substitute for olive oil for pharmaceutical and other purposes.
At the Smithsonian … exhibits on pharmaceutical dosage forms.
Pulvis, L. Powders are divided by pharmaceutical writers into two classes—simple and compound.
A receipt for this article, upon the authority of Battley, has been going the round of the pharmaceutical works for many years.
The word, thus applied, is obsolete out of the pharmaceutical laboratory.
In most pharmaceutical works directions are given to completely saturate the water with sugar.
The Pharmaceutical Society was incorporated by royal charter in 1843.
It is the only kind of water that should be employed in chemical and pharmaceutical operations.
Base of pharmaceutical bottle, pale-green glass with pronounced conical kick and rough pontil scar, the metal very thin.