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rabid

relating to or having rabies
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It was Mulcahy, keeping to the straight line of the rabid dog, who led a collection of ardent souls at a newly unmasked battery and flung himself on the muzzle of a gun as his companions danced among the gunners.
For, if one of us goes over to Roman Catholicism, he is sure to become a Jesuit at once, and a rabid one into the bargain.
His plan, in its simplest form, was to revise taxation and lower it in a way that should not diminish the revenues of the State, and to obtain, from a budget equal to the budgets which now excite such rabid discussion, results that should be two-fold greater than the present results.
If vaccinated pets or livestock are bitten or otherwise exposed to a known or suspected rabid animal, they should be revaccinated immediately and observed closely (most jurisdictions require 45 days).
Attack...the quarantine centre in Essex; Rabid dogs kill 55,000 people a year
The multistate contact investigations and interviews of persons who had potentially been exposed to the kitten revealed that at least two other stray kittens of similar age as the rabid kitten were found in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant near the garbage bin where the rabid kitten was found.
The daily increase in dog bites brings a sense of foreboding, as the absence of treatment for a rabid bite can cause depth.
Forty-eight other people, including those who handled rabid dogs, were exposed to rabies.
The third case involved a 'rabid dog' but the animal did not bite anyone.
Around 40% of people bitten by suspect rabid animals are children under 15 years of age', the WHO fact sheet about rabies says.
According to livestock officials, the source of rabies in Kanglung is assumed to be the movement of rabid dogs that travelled with the people during trade and festivals from the border area of Arunchal Pradesh in India.