Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of medicine.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The retail price of the medicines is around $2500-3500, I'm not certain; I've never really checked because the most I ever pay for a drug is $50, most are either $5 or $25.

    Sunday Morning Maggie Jochild Update

  • The retail price of the medicines is around $2500-3500, I'm not certain; I've never really checked because the most I ever pay for a drug is $50, most are either $5 or $25.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • The original exemption for homeopathic and related "medicines" is quite old -- around 100 years, IIRC.

    question

  • The original exemption for homeopathic and related "medicines" is quite old -- around 100 years, IIRC.

    question

  • Looking only from a U.S. (or European) perspective it may seem that calling for higher IPR on medicines is a simple matter of looking out for number one.

    James Love: Obama in India

  • Looking only from a U.S. (or European) perspective it may seem that calling for higher IPR on medicines is a simple matter of looking out for number one.

    James Love: Obama in India

  • Lower drug costs by allowing the importation of safe medicines from other developed countries, increasing the use of generic drugs in public programs and taking on drug companies that block cheaper generic medicines from the market

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Obama’s Bosses Say No to Senate Health Care Bill

  • Looking only from a U.S. (or European) perspective it may seem that calling for higher IPR on medicines is a simple matter of looking out for number one.

    James Love: Obama in India

  • The shaman was being helped out by the big medicines from the other tribes, and it shivered my spine up and down, the deviltries they cut.

    SIWASH

  • *** Pharmaceuticals Johnson & Johnson's handling of quality problems involving its popular over-the-counter medicines is drawing new scrutiny as more details emerged about a recall of the drug maker's Tylenol products last year.

    Business Watch

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  • Captured at Yorktown, taken from the British "Deputy-Quarter-Master... in consequence of his violation of the right of flags," one chest of medicines, as well as "3 chests, contents unknown."

    October 29, 2007