Natural or acquired immunity to an infectious agent that is limited to a particular organ or tissue.
Michigander or Michiganian? Learn what these local names are known as
Just like the old “tu’mey-tow” vs. “tu’maa-tow” debate, Michiganders, or Michiganians (depending on which side you’re on), have long found themselves in a state of disconnect. It seems that the great divide facing residents of the Great Lake State these days centers around the demonym – the name of a resident of a specific locality – that best suits the people of Michigan. Whether you …
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