In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1inmunizarto immunize sb against sth — inmunizar a algn contra algo
- Reportedly, an average five people a week bitten by stray dogs are immunised at the anti-hydrophobia ward of the First City Hospital.
- If everyone around me is immunized, should I accept the risk of immunization?
- All but one of these children had been immunised with MMR vaccine.
- A rabbit was immunized and boosted with the purified recombinant mammaglobin.
- Thus the ‘stark fiction’ confronts us squarely with ‘the horrors’ and immunizes us against the philosophers’ ‘good news.’
- Purified proteins were then used as antigens to immunize rabbits.
- I think that may have somehow immunized me against subsequent infestation.
- Mice were immunized with the allergen and the response was compared with the response achieved with ovalbumin immunization.
- His intellect and a decade of political experience in Scotland had immunised him to the nervous breakdown infecting others in the party.
- This reflexive perspective immunizes him against the compromising racial charges often leveled against him.
- Even immunized dogs can excrete leptospires in their urine over long periods.
- The current method of producing the treatment is to immunize horses against the venom of the cobra, common krait, saw-scaled viper and Russell's viper.
- When it comes to serious diseases for which vaccines are available, if you're properly immunized you can't get the disease.
- Although this advice may sound self-serving, the fact is that, for a vaccine to successfully immunize a pet, the animal must be healthy.
- And let those nice farmers in China and Vietnam continue to immunize those chickens.
- Three days after UV exposure, the mice were immunized by subcutaneous injection of the antigen.
- Stray dogs are carefully controlled, household dogs are immunised, and rabies vaccination is widely available.
- Scientists have successfully immunised mice against the Ebola virus.
- But alas, frequent highs have the baneful effect of immunizing me from working harder on longer writing projects that I have taken on.
- History is the process of immunizing us to the eccentricities of a specific milieu, the milieu of place in favor of ideology.
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