(1) When the officer spoke to the 19-year-old, she said nothing about the box but asked if he was arresting her for stealing from Boots chemist .(2) Anti-inflammatories such as ibuprofen are also good, but check with your doctor or chemist to make sure it's safe for you to take.(3) The first person to appreciate the meaning of such experiments was the English chemist and physicist Henry Cavendish.(4) This is good news for this local chemist and others in the district who have inundated me with letters and petitions.(5) Eventually, his experience with medicines was so unrivaled, that even the most highly paid chemist could not compare to the skill of the humble apothecary Archibald.(6) Hmmm├ö├ç┬¬ as the nearest duty chemist is a 20 mile round trip and doesn't open for another 13 hours, I'm going with the old Brolene.(7) However he added his main concern was for elderly people, because the post office and chemist in Portland Drive were lifelines, despite them having access to a weekly bus to go to bigger shops in Crawley.(8) We have no chemist and even worse no fish and chip shop.(9) One researcher with perhaps the greatest reason to hope for success in producing silicon was the English chemist and physicist Humphry Davy.(10) Residents in Sholing have collected almost 600 signatures on a petition to save the sub post office and chemist in Butts Road.(11) If you have a look in any chemist , Boots, Super drug or superstore you can pick up travel sized toiletries.(12) As any chemist will tell you, the dose makes the poison.(13) While the kits can be bought over the counter in a pharmacy, no chemist is believed to stock them in Scotland, but hundreds of parents have already contacted the manufacturer directly to order.(14) The high street chemist , whose shares stand at 675p, is expected to deliver a pre-tax profits of Ôö¼├║605m this year.(15) The days when your friendly local chemist would chat with you about the weather while making up the prescription your GP gave you are long gone.(16) The fear is that supermarkets will take advantage of this to price the smaller High Street chemist out of the market, which may be good news for cost-conscious consumers but bad news for the most vulnerable members of society.