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If you’re not wearing a mask, when we have this highly communicable disease, then you’re potentially impacting the rights of other people.
It is communicable by inoculation, but it is very doubtful that the disease has been communicated from man to man.
But the outcome has to be expressed in words if it is to be communicable.
THE ANALYSIS OF MINDBERTRAND RUSSELL
The moral wisdom of the man is not communicable to women, so far as it partakes of rational wisdom, 168.
These are the symptoms of blood-poisoning, vividly portrayed; of some contagion, communicable by infection.
There was a report on the birth-rate, the death-rate, the anomaly-rate, and a breakdown of all reported communicable diseases.
PARIAH PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
Some depend on a contagious virus, communicable from one person to another, as Syphilis.
THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEMFREDERICK WILLIAM HEADLAND
The disease is easily communicable, owing to the infectious matter appearing on the surface of the patients body in the pustules.
Dysentery and typhus were doubtless the infections which had been bred, and became communicable to the fresh drafts of men.
Consequently, allowing for possible communicable disease, Chischa was in its aboriginal state when Estudillo saw it.

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