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  • v. Present participle of immunise.


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  • If the government have done all they can to ensure our swine flu immunisation programme is as effective and quick as possible, can we ask them why they started immunising people in Australia three weeks ago and we have yet to start in the UK?

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  • Tell us your psychological mind tricks for immunising yourself to the reality distortion field in the comments.

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  • Among the deliverables achieved: the building of 15 new schools in six months; implementation of a spatial database for land reform; deworming and immunising thousands of carthorses, dogs and cats; partly ridding De Doorns of the bucket system; and bringing down the crime rate in Khayelitsha.

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  • However TB is indiscriminate, so as one of the fastest growing contagious diseases we would be better served by immunising everyone not just select groups.

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  • Not immunising your child does your child and your community a disservice.


  • The only thing that has prevented me from accepting fundamentalist perspectives other than questions of honesty/ intellectual integrity is, I think, an instinctive embrace of the mystical tradition, which was God's gracious way of immunising me against absolutism.

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  • New research by the UK's Medical Research Council has shown that routinely immunising infants against the haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) bacteria has virtually eliminated Hib in Gambia.

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  • The study, which will be published in the Lancet online medical journal, proved that routinely immunising children with the Hib vaccine in developing countries would help save lives.

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  • The minister urged parents to continue immunising their children.

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  • The benefits to be derived from immunising children against a whole range of childhood diseases, far outweigh the very small risk attached to immunisation and our clear advice to parents is to continue to protect their children through immunisation ', pleaded Ms Sebekedi.

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