inoculating : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the act of protecting against disease by introducing a vaccine into the body to induce immunity
    doctors examined the recruits but nurses did the inoculating
  • v  introduce an idea or attitude into the mind of
  • v  introduce a microorganism into
  • v  perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation
  • v  insert a bud for propagation
  • v  impregnate with the virus or germ of a disease in order to render immune

  • He has heard of smart men buying healthy steers (at panic sale) for 99 pesos, inoculating them with aftosa and selling them to Government agents for 250 pesos, a goodly profit .
  • Rather than inoculating the people likeliest to die from H1N109, we may want instead to inoculate the people likeliest to spread it.
  • But in June, after nearly a decade of carefully inoculating patients suffering from either advanced melanoma or a type of lymphoma, both Schwartzentruber and Kwak announced .

  • Nicholas Negroponte in The Age
    The program is "a terrific opportunity for the public to help eliminate poverty and make the world a better place by inoculating children against ignorance," said Negroponte in the statement.
  • Frank Pallone in CBS News
    We should do the vaccination strictly based on whether its a high risk group because, you know, disease has no barrier based on whether you are documented or not,Pallone told moderator John Dickerson. "If you end up not inoculating people...
  • Nancy Pelosi in Boston Globe (registration)
    The Democrats performed a great service to the American people by going out there and inoculating them against the danger of the privatization initiative,Pelosi said.

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