Sure, I can counsel concerned parents that none of the childhood vaccines I will be administering contain thimerosal.
The first shot of his face is sort-of a peek-a-boo in between bouts of administering some, um, oral pleasure.
Stern, along with doctors Sandeep Kapoor and Khristine Eroshevich, were charged with prescribing and administering drugs to Smith.
Embassy officials in Kabul have been overwhelmed by the task of administering the programs.
And in 2007 he took a surprising stand in favor of administering the HPV vaccine to teenagers.
Judges were always restricted by law and were held to strict account in administering justice.
I actually wound up by administering some sal-volatile to her.'
"Wait, and compose yourself," said Mr. Crum—administering the law of humanity.
Some notes on the best method of administering these principles.
The lady having opened her griefs, the father who was shriving her insisted on administering a severe penitential scourging.
late 14c., administren, aministren "to manage as a steward," from Old French amenistrer "help, aid, be of service to" (12c., Modern French administrer, the -d- restored 16c.), and directly from Latin administrare "manage, control, guide, superintend; rule direct," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + ministrare "serve" (see minister (v.)). Used of medicine, etc., "to give," from 1540s. Related: Administered; administering.