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Vials a.k.a. Vial: A vial is a small glass or plastic vessel or bottle, often used to store medication as liquids, powders or capsules. They can also be used as scientific sample vessels; for instance, in autosampler devices in analytical chromatography. Vial-like glass containers date back to classical antiquity; modern vials are often made of plastics such as polypropylene.

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Google previewThe Medical Gleaner (1893)

The wrapper accompanying the vials is a curiosity. It is headed with a picture of " The Arms ot Tilly" under which in poster type is, " The Virtues and Effects of the remedy, named Medicamentum Gracia Probatum, id est, The Remedy Approved ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Correspondence, Representatives, and Significatives, Derived from the Word of the Lord (1872)

by Emanuel Swedenborg, George Nicholson, Charles Bolles

Vials. (Rev. xiv.) By the seven v. the same is s. as by the seven plagues, for they are containing vessels, and by the thing containing in the Word, the same is s. as by the things contained, thus the same is s. by cup as by wine, and the same by ...

Google previewThe Wiley Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology (2010)

by Kit L. Yam

Ampuls and aluminum-seal vials are glass containers used primarily for packaging medication intended for injection. Ampuls are essentially single- dosage containers that are filled and hermetically sealed by flame-sealing the open end. Vials ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Saints (2001)

by Rosemary Guiley

Two vials of dried blood also appeared. According to legend, the blood had been collected by a serving woman from the stone upon which Januarius had been ...

Google previewThe Biblical Encyclopedia (1903)

A Collection of Notes Explanatory, Homiletic and Illustrative Forming a Complete Commentary on the Holy Scriptures Especially Designed for the Use of Ministers, Bible Students and Sunday-school Teachers by James Comper Gray, George Moulton Adams

vials, R. V.“ bowls.” full . . God,” so the incense they now contained was to sig. filled . . power,” the “smoke” suggests #: the cloud, or Shechinah, the symbol of God's presence and glory (cf. Exod. xvi. 10; xxiv. 16); (2) the sign of ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Practical, Theoretical, and Historical, of Commerce and Commercial Navigation (1852)

by John Ramsey McCulloch

Glass, apothecary's vials and botilea, not ex> ceeding the capacity of...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Medical Anthropology (2004)

Health and Illness in the World's Cultures Topics - Volume 1; Cultures - by Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember

The vials have carefully constructed openings that permit only a single round pill to escape at one time. The pills must be deposited under the tongue, directly from the vial with no contact from the hands for maximum efficacy—and not taken in ...

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The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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