- n. Plural form of instruction.
- n. a manual usually accompanying a technical device and explaining how to install or operate it
“Since many dyeing instructions specify weights of 30% acid, and since it is easier to measure solutions by volume than by weight, it is suggested that, for convenience, a solution containing 30 grams/litre (9/l) of the 100% acid is prepared; 10 ml of this solution can then be used in place of each gram of 3096 acetic acid in the instructions*.”
“If you would like to try bluing, follow the label instructions carefully.”
“In attempting to treat the invasion, the woman's husband used a product not designed to kill bedbugs, and did not follow the label instructions in treating the home, the CDC said.”
“Plus, he added, patients tend to perceive over-the-counter drugs as less "serious" than prescription drugs, and thus may not take them in accordance with the label instructions.”
“Therefore, the only explination for kids becoming sick is that they are not following the label instructions or are abusing the product.”
“Let's put it this way, after using some ''Tide'' detergent and following the label instructions separate the whites from the coloreds, the issues facing the city from whites' view is crime, parking space, and homes.”
“First make up the milk to the label instructions, then modify it to the recipe.”
“During this quarter we obtained results from our head-to-head study of denosumab, administered under the dose of 120 mg subcutaneously every month, compared with Zometa administered with monthly intravenous infusion according to the label instructions in patients with advanced prostate cancer and bony metasase.”
“He said the label instructions say the chemical must be applied at least 15 feet from an occupied structure.”
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