A pharmacist told her the medication was for women—and her identification still listed her as a male.
Justice fronted UCE 48 a wad of 40 hundred-dollar bills to pay the pharmacist.
She wants to be a doctor—her mother is one of the midwives in the local hospital, Karima, and her father a pharmacist.
One, a pretty 20-something pharmacist, was seen smiling broadly in the direction of the defense table.
Vuvy Le, a pharmacist at the Manhattan Beach Costco, also urged caution.
To be a pharmacist's mate third class, you are supposed to be of immediate value to the medical officer in the sick bay of a ship.
I suppose he had to go and learn to be a pharmacist, but—it's hard on me.
At the request of his father-in-law Helene had gone to get a bottle of violet syrup from the pharmacist.
She did not know what doctor prescribed the medicaments, nor the pharmacist who supplied them.
But then I liked the work of a pharmacist's assistant better, and I changed to that.
pharmacist phar·ma·cist (fär'mə-sĭst)
One who prepares and dispenses drugs; a druggist.