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rabid

relating to or having rabies
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People have to go through the post-exposure vaccinations if they are truly exposed to saliva from a rabid horse or cow," she says.
Other than a bite from a rabid animal, he said virus transmission can occur via "contamination of nonintact skin or mucous membranes with saliva from a rabid animal.
Earlier this year in the county, there were confirmed reports of a rabid skunk 12 miles east of Fredericksburg on Jan 18 and a rabid raccoon 10 miles west of town on Jan 19.
The bite of a poisonous snake or a scorpion could cause a human being to die quickly, so a bite as terrible as that of a venomous snake could only come from a rabid or "mad" dog.
The man exudes civility and makes anybody who goes on the attack look like a rabid dog by comparison.
Health officials are trying to track down as many as 400 tourists from as far away as Australia who kissed a rabid bear cub at a zoo.
In Confessions of a Rabid Dog, John L'Ecuyer's prose narration and hallucinogenic imagery draws the viewer into the nightmarish world of heroin addiction.
This form of crypto-pop exotica is doubly enticing to a Brit like Clarkson - England having come down with the most rabid case of Tarantino mania, replete with "Doggies" who dress like the Reservoir Dogs characters and recite the film's lines in Rocky Horror unison with the screen.
sent me this intriguing clip: "Last month, a fiveyear-old girl was bitten by a rabid raccoon on a sidewalk in Fairfield.
Indianapolis Colts fans are among the most passionate and rabid fans in pro football," said Brock Weatherup, Chief Executive Officer, Fathead, LLC.
18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The recent discovery of rabid bats in Chicago is an important reminder for pet owners to have their cats and dogs vaccinated to prevent rabies.
A rabid bat has been found in Benton County, officials said Friday, bringing the number of rabid bats found statewide this year to nine.