The pharmacy symbol stands for pharmacy.
It stands for the pharmacy, or the pharmacy facility.
It also stands for place.
The pharmacy, when the place is occupied, is called the pharmacy.
In the United States, pharmacies are usually located in a pharmacy facility or in the back of a pharmacy.
There are exceptions.
Some states do not have a pharmacists.
You must ask your pharmacist to fill your prescription at a pharmacy if you cannot drive.
If your prescription is not ready to be filled, you must call your pharmist or go to a doctor to be sure it is filled.
If you have a prescription that requires you to come in and change your clothes, you should also bring your prescription and change clothes.
If the pharmacist does not have your prescription ready, you will need to call the pharmist again.
For directions to a pharmacy, go to the pharmacy.
If it is not a pharmacy that you can use, you can visit your local pharmacy.
For example, the nearest pharmacy is at your home, or a health clinic near you.
The American pharmacy association says that a pharmacy is a place where people use the same products, and that it is a safe place to use a medication.
You do not need to use your medicine in the pharmacy unless the pharmacist tells you to.
If a pharmacist is not available, call your doctor.
Call a doctor who is licensed to practice medicine in your state.
For information on how to call a doctor, go here.