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- adj. That inhibits the growth or multiplication of an organism, especially of a microorganism
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"And biostatic force is what makes these clothes stick to themselves and to me?"
An attendant connected our suits to a pair of full-cycle biostatic units in the rear of the cabin, greatly increasing our comfort.
This stigma of disease has been placed upon him and repeatedly emphasized, but despite the fact that the effort has been made for years, by men learned in anthropology to find and prove the inherent inferiority of the Negro, based upon anatomical, physiological and biostatic peculiarity, to-day the bare statistical fact of his high mortality alone supports the calumnious fabrication.
Especially if the database is name driven rather than biostatic in nature (meaning we know the name of the person we don't want flying, but have zero info on what he looks like).
It inactivates the biostatic force in the material. "
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