immunity

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  • noun

Synonyms for immunity

resistance to

Synonyms

  • resistance to
  • protection from
  • resilience to
  • inoculation against
  • immunization from

Antonyms

  • exposure to
  • susceptibility to
  • liability to
  • vulnerability to
  • openness to
  • proneness to

Synonyms for immunity

Synonyms for immunity

the state of not being susceptible

(medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease

the quality of being unaffected by something

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immunity and the privileges and immunities granted to international
government declined to extend diplomatic immunities to representatives
clarifying that, as we had said, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act
Samantar might be entitled to common law immunities, but declined to
Three general types of foreign officials are entitled to special privileges and immunities within the United States--Diplomatic; Consular; and International Organizations.
Accordingly, the staffs of diplomatic missions (embassies) are afforded the highest level of privileges and immunities.
With the exception of a brief reference to smallpox in a footnote, [45] Blackburn manages to explain the rise and perpetuation of New World slavery with no mention of diseases or of culturally-perceived disease immunities.
51] Yet Kiple states; "For studies of the United States scholars are most blessed with source materials: here most of the work on slave demography and black- related disease immunities and susceptibilities has been done.
Supreme Court said the privileges and immunities clause provided that "the citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states.
20) The lack of international agreement as to other immunities leaves states to determine their immunity doctrine through domestic law.
at 2289-92 (interpreting the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, 28 U.
Kiple, "Response to Sheldon Watts, 'Yellow Fever Immunities in West Africa and the Americas in the Age of Slavery and Beyond: A Reappraisal'"
20) In the United States, the Vienna Convention has been implemented by the Diplomatic Relations Act, (21) with the proviso that "It]he President may, on the basis of reciprocity and under such terms and conditions as he may determine, specify [diplomatic] privileges and immunities .
T 3227; Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations, Feb.