Sabin

[ US /ˈseɪbɪn/ ]
[ UK /sˈæbɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States microbiologist (born in Poland) who developed the Sabin vaccine that is taken orally against poliomyelitis (born 1906)
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How To Use Sabin In A Sentence

  • Sabin paced along the wall walk and paused by the next crenel. The Falcons of Montabard
  • Heb. ` arar, (Jer. 17: 6; 48: 6), a species of juniper called by the Arabs by the same name (` arar), the Juniperus sabina or savin. Easton's Bible Dictionary
  • If not for Sabine, Deborah would easily have had a caesarian birth as were 32 percent of births in this country in 2007 - up 53 percent from 1996. Dana H. Glazer: My Experience With a Doula During Childbirth
  • Only a sense of uxorial duty to his position stopped Hadrian from sending Sabina into exile.34 Caesars’ Wives
  • Arnie has just presented his business plan to Sabine, a venture capitalist.
  • Later emperors carried it further and in the second century AD empresses such as Sabina (wife of the emperor Trajan) were depicted as embodying, for example, pietas (family feeling).
  • As played by Mercedes Cechetto, Sabine has an undeniable brashness, but her adventures feel scripted rather than natural and her sullen pout gets old very fast.
  • I know that Sabin does not think of my stepmother as nithing. The Falcons of Montabard
  • Once again Sabine had the curious sensation that time had stopped and run back.
  • Mario Sabino's Salvadoran appetizer sampler (tamal, pupusa, chicharrones, casamiento, curtido, yucca) $9 Queso con chorizo $9 Brisket enchiladas $10 Guiso de puerco $11 Pollo con hongos $12 Dallas Observer | Complete Issue
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