- saber-toothed tiger,
- sabia virus,
- sabin vaccine,
- sabin, albert bruce,
- sabine lake
Origin of sabin
Examples from the Web for sabin
“We follow the Geneva Convention, just like any country,” said Sabin Hadad, spokesperson for the Israeli Interior Ministry.
(The Sabin versus Salk debate is one of the great arguments in modern medical history and will not be recapitulated here).U.N. Calls Middle East Polio Outbreak ‘Greatest Polio Challenge in History’|Kent Sepkowitz|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mr. Sabin, contrary to his usual custom, engaged a private room at the Milan.
"The Prince is a little annoyed, naturally," Mr. Sabin said.
Mr. Sabin was leaning a little forward, with both hands resting upon his stick.
Mr. Sabin, with his cap in his hand, moved slowly to her side, and bowed low over the hand which she extended to him.
I may add that from the first I have had almost to thrust my acquaintance upon them, especially so far as Mr. Sabin is concerned.
Word Origin for sabin
in reference to polio vaccine, 1955, from name of Russian-born U.S. microbiologist Albert B. Sabin (1906-1993).