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A set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct or procedure
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“He stayed in London apartments, receiving curious visitors, rarely venturing too far from London and his doctor's prescription.”
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Guidance offered with regard to prudent future action
“But Francis was insistent that she must follow his prescription for recovery.”
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Plural for a medicine or remedy that is prescribed
“The Lancet letter also gave details of the herbal prescription which this patient supposedly was taking.”
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Plural for a script listing medications for a patient
“The correct strength of the drug prescribed must be clearly written on the prescription.”
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Plural for a method of doing or achieving something
“Put that way, those recommendations sound like a prescription for improvement of ecology in general, not just studies of urbanization effects.”
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Plural for a traditional or accepted way of behaving
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“Of course, the opinions of all experienced teachers should be given due consideration in any attempt at writing a standard prescription for the undergraduate course in plant pathology.”
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Plural for the act of directing, commanding, or prohibiting
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Plural for a non-specific rule or principle that provides direction to action or behavior
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Plural for treatment or therapy for an ailment or injury
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Plural for the action of identifying or defining something (or someone)
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Plural for the controlling or deciding of the nature, details or outcome of something
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Plural for the ritual observances and procedures required or performed at formal occasions
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Plural for the act of compelling observance of or compliance with a law, rule, or obligation
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Plural for the acquisition of right or title to an object by means of the passage of time
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Plural for the acquisition of right or title to an object by means of the passage of time
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Plural for something that is formally or legally required or obligatory
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