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The second type of self-disseminating vaccine, the transmissible one, consists of live modified viruses that propagate a weakened form of a disease.
Emotionally charged prejudices are propagated from generation to generation by parental and adult authority and by the use of myths and symbols.
The lie started out as a rumor, which was first picked up and propagated by the American PR firm Hill & Knowlton.
The precise history of these self-propagating stories here on Earth is excruciatingly hard to decode because what we see are the successes.
If recombination happened earlier than supposed due to the clumping effect of magnetic fields, then sound waves couldn’t have propagated as far beforehand, and the resulting blobs would be smaller.
These animals prefer cold countries, but can subsist and propagate in temperate ones.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
If they could propagate their own they would be more likely to plant them.
June is also the proper time to propagate pinks and carnations by pipings.
THE BOOK OF SPORTS:WILLIAM MARTIN
In the species of the hen and pigeon, a great number of races have been very lately produced, all of which propagate their kinds.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK
It is a mutual action of male and female, with instruments ordained for that purpose to propagate their kind.

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