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- n. One skilled in pharmacy; a druggist.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One skilled in pharmacy; a druggist. See the Note under apothecary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who prepares medicines; one who practises pharmacy; an apothecary.
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In 1883 Mr. Hekmeyer, pharmaceutist in chief of the Dutch Indies, exhibited at Amsterdam some specimens of Javanese edible earth, both in a natural state and in the form of various natural objects.
King of Spain and the Pope of the period, and dated, if I remember accurately, 1534, had rested two and three feet below the earth's surface, and below the great tree, from the day the thirsty Spanish pharmaceutist, who accompanied De Soto, drank, and ate chestnuts at this spot.
True, he was 'chemist by examination,' but it had cost him repeated efforts to reach this unassailable ground and more than one pharmaceutist with whom he abode as assistant had felt it a measure of prudence to dispense with his services.
Most of these medical extracts are prepared in our chemical laboratory under the supervision of a careful and skilled pharmaceutist.
The manufacture of this compound is under the special supervision of a competent chemist and pharmaceutist, and it is now put up in bottles wrapped with full directions for its use.
Dr. Copeman, pharmaceutist to the hospital at Norfolk, makes a favorable report on the value of the leaves in the form of tincture and extract, in rheumatism.
Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
Soulanges possessed a pharmaceutist named Vermut, a chemist, who was more of a chemist than Sarcus was a statesman, or Lupin a singer, or
I was not consulted as a poet, but as a pharmaceutist.