He sought the help of a Swiss monk (you know how you do) who prescribed the ingestion of 36 lemons per day.
More boys than girls take these drugs in childhood, but more adult women than men were prescribed them in the last decade.
Also, the same witness stated that the driver was prescribed medication (Ambien and Vicodin).
Each visitor is invited to create his or her own route through the galleries—there is no prescribed path.
In 2010, 21 percent of American women over the age of 20 were prescribed one.
But one who merely incidentally performs what is prescribed may be said to "do the Word."
For this end he is fed, clothed, and prescribed for in sickness.
I prescribed phosphorus and strychnia, and galvanized the brain twice a week.
In short, fat is eaten daily by all ranks of people, in some way or other, in much larger quantities than is prescribed for soup.
Harsh rules are prescribed for the maintenance of the condition of slavery into which the girls have fallen.
"to write down as a direction," mid-15c., from Latin praescribere "write beforehand" (see prescription). Related: Prescribed; prescribing. Medical sense is from 1580s, probably a back formation from prescription.
prescribe pre·scribe (prĭ-skrīb')
v. pre·scribed, pre·scrib·ing, pre·scribes
To give directions, either orally or in writing, for the preparation and administration of a remedy to be used in the treatment of a disease.