OTHER WORDS FROM orallynon·o·ral·ly, adverbpost·o·ral·ly, adverbsub·o·ral·ly, adverbun·o·ral·ly, adverb
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Last year, Part D enrollees’ average out-of-pocket cost for 11 orally administered cancer drugs was $10,470, according to the JAMA study.
For instance, prices for 54 orally administered cancer drugs shot up 40% from 2010 to 2018, averaging $167,904 for one year of treatment, according to a 2019 JAMA study.
Last year, Part D enrollees’ average out-of-pocket cost for 11 orally administered cancer drugs was $10,470, according to a 2019 JAMA study.A $200 debit card won’t put a dent in seniors’ drug costs|lbelanger225|October 30, 2020|Fortune
At one point in the recording, Atsye mentioned that her people’s history and stories have always been passed down orally, and that being able to share them with visitors via audio tour rather than written signs felt special.
They’re considering two approaches, including one that could be delivered orally, and more funds would be needed to pay for human testing, she said.These countries aren’t waiting for a U.S., China, or U.K. COVID vaccine|Claire Zillman, reporter|August 26, 2020|Fortune
He was the first person in the country without a vision disability to pass the bar exam orally.Dan Malloy Is Progressives’ Dream Governor. So Why Isn’t He Winning?|David Freedlander|October 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Manning would likely be prescribed some form of estrogen that would be taken orally, through injection, or by a skin patch.Hormone Therapy Is More Than Just a Physical Process|Brandy Zadrozny|August 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Nor need the mortgage state that it is thus given; and the fact may be proved orally.
They include all ordinary promises to do things either orally or in writing.
Both kinds of sales may be by deed or sealed contract as well as by parol or orally.
So the next time I see you I shall give you (orally) that "history of a crime," my life.The Letters of Ambrose Bierce|Ambrose Bierce
According to Csar the Druidic philosophy was transmitted orally for the purpose of strengthening the memory.Archaic England|Harold Bayley