Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of quarantine.

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Examples

  • With the limited success in quarantining all passengers or people in contact with swine flu confirmed cases, coupled with the delay in testing and confirming these swine flu cases, it is too late to contain this swine flu.

    Global Voices in English » Influenza A(H1N1) cases in Southeast Asia

  • Ms. Macklin says the government is now experimenting with extending similar welfare "quarantining" to Aboriginal communities outside the Northern Territory.

    'Tough Love' in the Outback

  • As far as "quarantining" AIDS patients is concerned, he might have had a legitimate public health concern at the time.

    Coffeehouse.

  • There already is another round of (modest) personal income tax cuts on the way from July 1, and there will be measures such as quarantining interest earned on bank deposits from taxation.

    NZ On Screen

  • SIM solution that goes far beyond simple log management, providing real-time log analysis to identify network attacks and policy violations as they happen and initiate proactive responses such as quarantining, blocking, and USB device defense.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The solution goes far beyond simple log management, providing real-time log analysis to identify network attacks and policy violations as they happen and initiate proactive responses such as quarantining, blocking, and USB device defense.

    Business Wire Travel News

  • The Racial Discrimination Act was suspended in the territory so the intervention's more extreme measures, such as quarantining welfare payments, could be rolled out.

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  • The NT intervention enacted widespread bans on alcohol and pornography in selected remote Aboriginal communities, as well as compulsorily "quarantining" 50\% of recipients 'welfare in those communities so that those funds could only be spent on food and clothing.

    Green Left Weekly issue #746

  • The Racial Discrimination Act was suspended in the territory so that the intervention's more extreme measures, such as quarantining welfare payments, could be implemented.

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  • But that was only possible by the IEC ignoring its own published rules on "quarantining" ballot boxes that had been flagged as suspicious by its own triggers - anywhere that 600 or more people had turned out to vote or where 95% of all the votes went to a single candidate.

    The Guardian World News

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