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  • n. Plural form of vial.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vial.


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  • In order to use Avastin as an eye treatment it must be re-packed in smaller vials, which is typically done by compounding pharmacies.

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  • In the lawsuit, the Quaids call the vials of Heparin “unreasonably dangerous” because the 10 ml unit and the 10,000 ml unit both had background colors on the label in shades of blue.

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  • All these dangerous wares were distributed in unlabelled vials, and no witnesses had ever verified the transfer of the felonious knock-out drops.

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  • His university has rules about the handling of potentially hazardous biological materials, such as vials of highly infectious and deadly bacteria, to protect their workers and their students.


  • The temperature of the lehr can be scientifically tested and regulated, and this is very necessary, because the heavy glass intended for cutting can stand a greater heat than can ordinary hollow ware such as vials and table glass.

    The Story of Glass

  • We also found that the highest number of such outbreaks were associated with the use of multi-vials, which is not unexpected ".


  • When that golden era comes which the poets think is behind us, and the prophets declare is about to be ushered in by the opening of the "vials," and the killing of everybody who does not believe as those nations believe which have the most cannon; when we all live in real concord, -- perhaps the gentle-hearted deer will be respected, and will find that men are not more savage to the weak than are the cougars and panthers.

    In the Wilderness

  • Curator Linda Welzenbach got us gloved and began to take out more and more samples of Murchison, some in glass vials, some in plastic bags.

    First Contact

  • After being exposed for several weeks, the vials have to be returned to Earth in –36 degree Fahrenheit containment for analysis using instruments Stanley Miller could hardly dream of back in 1953.

    First Contact

  • Several months after Mount Redoubt calmed down, Bada came across some other potentially interesting vials in the old Miller cache.

    First Contact


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