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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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Your mission -individually or collectively -- should you accept it, is to help innoculate the American people against the snake-oil salesmen and to help our leaders find a way to forge a bipartisan solution, a solution that fulfills this organization's longstanding commitment to "a tax system that works" for the century ahead.
Subsequent discussion of Debreu [17] will be facilitated if we pause briefly to innoculate ourselves against unsuspected Pygmalion Syndrome infection.
Yet while Miss Mount can remove the literal poison, she cannot completely innoculate herself against the far more insidious social venom produced by the persistent obtuseness of royalty or the homophobic malice of the Plash sisters.
Foreign Office advice for travellers to Brazil's Amazon region is for a batch of jabs to innoculate against a range of potentially deadly equatorial diseases.
When I was a kid, I was given an injection a week over three winters in a bid to innoculate me against my horrific hayfever.
Claiming "Arab" support when you mean the support of Arab dictators does not innoculate you to a blow-back from real Arabs.
Unlike the more expensive single-dose vials, which are discarded once used and therefore need no preservative, multidose vials contain enough vaccine to innoculate several children.