immunise immunise


  1. (v) law: grant immunity from prosecution
  2. (v) perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation


  1. Federal law "does not immunise a foreign sovereign" in such cases, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in a 7-2 decision Thursday in the New York City's case against India's permanent mission to the United Nations.
    on Jun 14, 2007 By: Clarence Thomas Source: Economic Times

  2. "These statistics are not just numbers on a page," Bono said. "They are people begging for their lives, for two pills a day, a mother begging to immunise her children, a child begging not to become a mother at the age of 12."
    on May 15, 2007 By: Bono Source: Clitheroe Today

  3. "We will ultimately raise an extra US$4 billion to deliver life-saving vaccines to children in the poorest countries," Brown said at the launch, flanked by religious leaders and Queen Rania of Jordan. "This will immunise 500 million children...
    on Nov 11, 2006 By: Gordon Brown Source: ChristianToday

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