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Prescript   Listen
noun
Prescript  n.  
1.
Direction; precept; model prescribed.
2.
A medical prescription. (Obs.)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Prescript" Quotes from Famous Books



... All such rules are self-evident, and grow necessarily out of the general principle which demands of the functions of the body to subserve the attainment of self-sanctification. But we must now speak precisely of this sanctification, to point out briefly in what it consists. From the Divine prescript, "Sanctify yourselves because I am holy," we clearly conclude that the type of sanctification is to be sought, not in ourselves, but in God; therefore, to sanctify ourselves is to shape our own acts and will upon the ...
— A Guide for the Religious Instruction of Jewish Youth • Isaac Samuele Reggio



Words linked to "Prescript" :   rules of order, book, parliamentary procedure, precept, instruction, dictate, principle, golden rule, rule book, rubric, rule, bylaw, protocol, etiquette, parliamentary law



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