pharmacopoeia

[ fahr-muh-kuh-pee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF pharmacopoeia
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Nothing in the pharmacopoeia could physic him into a pacific state.

Above all, the doctor—the doctor and the purulent trash and garbage of his pharmacopoeia!

The flowers were official in the London pharmacopoeia as late as 1746.

Above all the doctor—the doctor and the purulent trash and garbage of his pharmacopoeia!

They furnish, however, the pharmacopoeia of medicine and not the practice of medicine.

You have amply satisfied me as to the potency of the late Mrs. Marjoram's pharmacopoeia.

There are legal matters as dangerous to handle as any drugs in the pharmacopoeia.

Having occasion to consult the "Pharmacopoeia," he had written it at home, and had promised to send it to the patient immediately.

The British pharmacopoeia has an ointment containing one part of chrysarobin and 24 of benzoated lard.

The preparations which are mixed with a goodly part of the pharmacopoeia by generous manufacturers are to be condemned.

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