Examples of immunity in a Sentence
They have developed immunity to the virus.
They have developed an immunity to the virus.
Recent Examples of immunity from the Web
Numerous legal experts and various pols (and not only Democrats) have dismissed Trump’s legal team’s sweeping claims of presidential immunity as so much nonsense, as well as a sign of their desperation and the weakness of the president’s position.
Pérez Molina resigned from the presidency in 2015, just after the legislature took away his presidential immunity.
On Tuesday night, investigators revealed new details of a probe against Morales relating to purported illicit campaign financing and said the material is sufficient to again seek to have his immunity from prosecution lifted.
Then Donathan falls out and Domenick wins his second individual immunity.
In Islamabad, Colonel Hall was briefly detained by the police after the crash, but was later released because of his immunity, Pakistani police officials said.
But exposure to ultraviolet A rays (UVA) causes skin damage, lowers your immunity, and can lead to melanoma, says Tanzi.
Both had multiple immunity wins (Dom with 3; Wendell with 2), both had a real idol and a fake idol.
Hastie made the claims in federal parliament, under the protection of parliamentary privilege, which allows politicians to make potentially defamatory comments with legal immunity.
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IMMUNITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immunity for English Language Learners
medical : the power to keep yourself from being affected by a disease
: special protection from what is required for most people by law
IMMUNITY Defined for Kids
Definition of immunity for Students
- immunity from punishment
medical Definition of immunity
legal Definition of immunity
- 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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