Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of immunize.
  • adj. That immunizes

Etymologies

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Examples

  • So, racism tends to be real effective in immunizing them, as a group, against supporting economic progressivism.

    Matthew Yglesias » Contingency? Irony? Solidarity!

  • Breastfeeding is generally acknowledged to be particularly helpful in immunizing infants against dairy allergies.

    Fewer Mothers Breastfeed for Six Months

  • Millions of girls have been vaccinated since then, but not without controversy over the idea of immunizing young girls against a virus that is sexually transmitted.

    The Fast Track

  • A lot of parents and some conservative groups were jarred by the idea of immunizing young girls against a sexually transmitted virus.

    News

  • Justice John Paul Stevens, writing for the majority, said Forest Grove's argument amounts to "immunizing" a school district from being liable for payment in the "egregious situation" in which officials unreasonably deny services and parents turn to private schools.

    Court Rules on Funding Special Ed

  • That said, many Christian Scientists do carry health insurance and comply with state and federal laws, such as immunizing their children if they attend public school.

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  • Several examples will suffice to indicate characteristic "immunizing" strategies (see Hentschel (1990).

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  • I am surprised that these companies - which rely heavily on treatment method patents - would have argued strongly that the "immunizing" step was not sufficient to overcome "

    Patent Law Blog (Patently-O)

  • In California's wealthy Marin County, public health official Fred Schwartz reports that parents are "signing waivers to opt out of immunizing kindergarten-bound children."

    The Whooping Cough's Unnecessary Return

  • Here are only a few of the things that will be held hostage if we withhold contributions to the UN's regular budget: immunizing children from infectious diseases, halting the spread of pandemics like SARS and swine flu, and the sanctioning of nuclear programs in Iran and North Korea.

    Don Kraus: Ros-Lehtinen Hijacks Pro-Israel Support for Extreme Anti-UN Bill

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