Usage examples for inoculation

  1. Mr. Stanley stated that the disease could not be communicated from a dead animal, and it was conveyed only by inoculation, or through the breath of a living animal upon the dead body of a diseased ox. – On the cattle plague: or, Contagious typhus in horned cattle. Its history, origin, description, and treatment by Honoré Bourguignon
  2. You command my esteem, my admiration, my consent, especially for your inoculation, which will make me a Friend of the Negro. – Cousin Betty by Honore de Balzac
  3. This direct inoculation having been practised on seventeen animals, transmitted the disease to them all in the course of a few days. – On the cattle plague: or, Contagious typhus in horned cattle. Its history, origin, description, and treatment by Honoré Bourguignon
  4. But what we have already observed, with Respect to the Inoculation of the Small- Pocks, viz. – Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health by Samuel Auguste David Tissot
  5. " He died from- inoculation," she said. – The Adventures of Jimmie Dale by Frank L. Packard
  6. At the same time that effort was being made to stamp out socialist propaganda a remarkable series of social reforms was undertaken with the deliberate purpose not only of promoting the public well- being, but of cutting the ground from under the socialists' feet, or, as some one has observed, of " curing the Empire of socialism by inoculation." – The Governments of Europe by Frederic Austin Ogg
  7. They looked upon their inoculation as a ceremonial necessary to full admission to the white alliance, and Blair was at once scandalised and amused by a crowd clamouring round the house next day for similar honours. – White Fire by John Oxenham
  8. 384 Inoculation practised in Al- Madinah, i. – Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah by Sir Richard Francis Burton
  9. Professor Wenley, Head of the Department of Philosophy in Michigan University, had about the same thought when he gave me his original definition of an American college as " A so- called institution of higher learning whose chief accomplishment is the inoculation of innocent youth against education." – On the Firing Line in Education by Adoniram Judson Ladd
  10. The disease was then very prevalent in Japan, where vaccination had not yet been introduced; and to an unaccustomed eye it was startling to note in the streets the number of pitted faces, a visible demonstration of what a European city must have presented before inoculation was practised. – From Sail to Steam, Recollections of Naval Life by Captain A. T. Mahan
  11. Before the inoculation took effect, she caught knowledge in the natural way. – Ernest Maltravers, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton