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as·per·sion

(as-per'zhŭn),
A form of hydrotherapy in which water of a given temperature is sprinkled on the body.
[L. aspersio, a sprinkling]

aspersion

(1) An obsolete term for hydrotherapy administered at a certain temperature, or sprinking warm water on the head of the person being treated.
(2) An attack on the integrity of a person or thing.

aspersion

(ă-spĕr′zhŏn) [L. aspersio, sprinkling]
In hydrotherapy, sprinkling an affected part with water.
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Se observo un mejor nivel de respuesta inmunoactiva con la vacunacion via aspersion que por la via agua de bebida en las aves no desafiadas.
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Las capsulas se recuperan por filtracion o centrifugacion, los pasos posteriores pueden ser un secado por aspersion, o proporcionar mayor rigidez a la capsula adicionando un aldehido que entrecruza las moleculas [1].
No responsible media anywhere in the world undermines the repute, respect sovereignty or integrity of its nation, institutions or its forces or pass aspersions against them.
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I don't want to cast aspersions on anybody involved in it, it was a stupid act.
Just a few days since Russia was awarded the 2018 World Cup and already the English are casting aspersions as to how they were "lied to", having been given assurances they would get votes, which then didn't materialise.
He said her aspersions on corruption in the OC were "most disappointing and uncalled for" and that she must indulge in self-reflection on corruption in her own departments.
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Unsurprisingly, the article caused Mr Islam considerable embarrassment and distress, particularly given it had the effect not only of creating an utterly false impression of his attitude to women, but because it cast serious aspersions, quite wrongly, on his faith, which is a matter of the utmost importance to him.
But then we heard he had cast aspersions on the impartiality of the referee Alain Rolland.