The injections cost about $1,630 per pack of five syringes and must be self-administered.
The duke was arrested on the 20th and imprisoned in the Luxembourg, where he died of poison, self-administered on the 24th.
That blow, self-administered, is Heaven's last warning to England.
It is for this individual, self-administered education that the public library furnishes the opportunity and the means.
And, if self-administered, what can have become of the syringe?
Mr. Bauer executed a self-administered pat sharply against the back of his hand.
This presumably referred to the self-administered oath of 1882.
But the self-administered discipline failed to correct her attitude.
Heinrich dies of poison, self-administered, while through his filmy eyes there presses the vision of the beloved one.
late 14c., administren, aministren "to manage as a steward," from Old French amenistrer "help, aid, be of service to" (12c., Modern French administrer, the -d- restored 16c.), and directly from Latin administrare "manage, control, guide, superintend; rule direct," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + ministrare "serve" (see minister (v.)). Used of medicine, etc., "to give," from 1540s. Related: Administered; administering.