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innoculate

To store characteristics of an executable program in order to detect a possible unknown virus if the file is changed.
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At least 488 polio teams were made that will innoculate vaccination drops at 33 transit points and 46 fixed points whereas as per sources, 976 police officers have also been deployed for the security of polio workers.
Enough swine flu vaccine has now been ordered to innoculate the whole country.
They are worried about being called racists, so they try to innoculate themselves from the charge by confronting it.
47) That curatorial technique was at odds with the DBA "chamber of horrors," which attempted to innoculate visitors against modernism with a preventive dose of cultural deviance.
After Bouquet replied he would 'try to inoculate the Indians by means of Blankets that may fall in their hands' Amherst responded, 'You will Do well to try to Innoculate the Indians by means of Blanketts,'; Francis Parkman, The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada, Vol.
You are placed in a room and given two hours to innoculate 40 children.
There, she elaborated upon thinking's capacity to innoculate a person against participating in evil.
The Abigail Alliance Court appears to have attempted to innoculate itself against the current Supreme Court's negative view of unenumerated rights by claiming that there is a "long-standing tradition in our Nation that would protect individual access to potentially life-saving medication.
Not only is the vaccine effective, but it produces relatively few adverse effects and is thus frequently used to innoculate travelers to endemic areas.