aphylaxis

(redirected from nonimmunity)
Also found in: Legal.

aphylaxis

 [af″ĭ-lak´ sis]
absence of phylaxis or immunity. adj., adj aphylac´tic.

a·phy·lax·is

(ā'fī-lak'sis),
Obsolete term meaning lack of protection against disease.
Synonym(s): nonimmunity
[G. a- priv. + phylaxis, a guarding]

aphylaxis

/aphy·lax·is/ (a″fĭ-lak´sis) absence of phylaxis or immunity.aphylac´tic

aphylaxis

An older, nonspecific term for immune paralysis or immune deficiency.

aphylaxis

absence of phylaxis or immunity.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
also recognized nonimmunity for heads of state and other officials.
international law of nonimmunity, Principle III of the Principles of the
underscores the requirement of nonimmunity for heads of state and other
Days employees allowed PTO Registered nurse 1 3 Patient escort 1 2 Short-term injury and Unit secretary 1 6 illness plan WC Patient care technician 1 24 Registered nurse 1 10 WC and PTO Registered nurse 2 8 Furlough Because of Registered nurse 9 48 nonimmunity Physician 5 49 Unit stafft 9 42 Nonunit staff} 7 39 Because of pending Registered nurse 12 25 titer results Unit staff 8 20 Nonunit staff 2 6 Total 59 282 * PTO, personal time off; WC, workers' compensation ([dagger]) Nurse managers, secretaries, patient care technicians, clinical coordinators, emergency department assistants.
Paust, Draft Brief Concerning Claims to Foreign Sovereign Immunity and Human Rights: Nonimmunity for Violations of International Law Under the FSIA, 8 HOUS.
Article 14 of the CAT necessarily applies to acts of public officials covered under Article 1 of the treaty and, therefore, Articles 1 and 14 necessarily assure nonimmunity of public officials.
Article 2(3)(a) of the ICCPR expressly applies to acts of public officials and, therefore, necessarily recognizes nonimmunity of public officials.
Regarding Supreme Court recognitions of nonimmunity for violations of the laws of war and neutrality in the years 1950, 1917, 1822, and 1808, see infra note 48.
94) Additionally, when identifying violations of international law and rights, duties, competencies, and nonimmunity under international law, the judiciary must apply international law as it has evolved.
This widespread pattern of legal responsibility and nonimmunity of private corporations under domestic law is itself a general principle of law relevant to international legal decision making.
With respect to nonimmunity, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA), 28 U.
Such nonimmunity has been recognized with respect to heads of state, former heads of state, foreign ministers, diplomats, other government officials, and others.