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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 this point, in spite of her reservations about the integrity of the press in reporting the "Growth and Spreading of the Innoculating of the small pox," Montagu rebutted Wagstaffe in a letter, "A Plain Account of the Innoculating of the Small Pox by a Turkey Merchant," published September 11-13, 1722, in the Whig newspaper, the Flying-Post: or, Post-Master.
Interestingly, this is similar to the vaccine theory of innoculating the body with a small but harmless amount of a virus to help the body fend off a major attack.
It led to a major backlash from parents across the country against innoculating their children with the jab.
It's a self-defence mechanism that goes someway towards innoculating them against the brickbats of critical derision.
Gain quick control by using a systemic insecticide, which will travel through the whole plant innoculating roots, shoots and all, against attack for three weeks.
Soyabean curd has been prepared by innoculating soyabean milk containing 1-2 per cent added invert sugar, with a mixed culture of S.
Earlier in the novel, the narrator says, of the baseball star George Chapman, "Following Chapman during his great season, I somehow thought of him as my alter ego, as an imaginary part of myself that had been innoculated against failure"; in Hand to Mouth, Auster wards off failure by innoculating himself with footnote-sized doses of it.
Not only did animals sporadically succumb to epizootic disease but there was a general conviction that pedigree dogs were linked with smallpox; Edward Jenner, inventor of the vaccine, took the precaution of innoculating his own dog.
Indeed, the headmistresses eventually succeed in innoculating themselves against the various poisons that inevitably accompany queer life, from the comical vagaries of role playing through the politics of religion and public scandal.
Innoculating children for curable diseases, establishing a source for clean water, and proper sanitation is standard procedure.
However, experts fear innoculating people with whole inactivated HIV because some of the viruses may survive and infect people.