Examples of immunity in a Sentence
They have developed immunity to the virus.
They have developed an immunity to the virus.
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Those differences are compounded when the employer, as is sometimes the case in Washington, is a global leader, foreign diplomat, or U.S. politician, or enjoys diplomatic immunity.
With the case bogged down in appeals over the immunity claim, virtually no discovery of evidence surrounding the shooting has occurred, Perry said.
Because canine influenza is still relatively new in the United States and dogs haven’t been exposed to it, virtually all dogs lack immunity and are susceptible, regardless of age or breed the veterinary group says.
Goldstein has an immunity agreement with the Orange County district attorney's office to testify in an Anaheim homicide case from July 2016, according to court papers.
In pregnancy this is doubly important; vaccination in pregnancy is protecting both the mother and the unborn child, and immunity created in the pregnant woman also protects the infant in the first few months of life.
The nation was previously covered by sovereign immunity, a legal doctrine protecting nations against most lawsuits.
For babies, breastfeeding can help immunity and prevent diarrhea, pneumonia and cold, Evans said.
It is associated with elevated blood pressure, poor sleep, and weakened immunity.
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- a defendant may not take the stand in his own behalf and then claim immunity from cross-examination
- —W. R. LaFave and A. W. Scott, Jr.
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