Definitions for "immunity"
The ability to escape legal responsibilities.
The state of being insusceptible to disease, certain poisons, etc.
Protection against disease through the body's own defences or immune system
Freedom or exemption from any charge, duty, obligation, office, tax, imposition, penalty, or service; a particular privilege; as, the immunities of the free cities of Germany; the immunities of the clergy.
Freedom; exemption; as, immunity from error.
A legal defense whereby a defendant claims exemption from prosecution based on some special legal status, such as being a diplomat or being granted witness immunity by the state.
Testing done to determine immunity from electromagnetic or electro static discharge (ESD). The European IEC 801 or 1000 or EN61000 are test specifications and procedures. Dash numbers indicates the levels. Generally, the higher the number, the better the power supply is able to withstand the test condition.
If a group (or Power Structure) is immune to a certain type of group, it cannot be attacked or affected by the Power, Global Power or special abilities of any enemy group of that type. Those groups can't even aid an attack on the immune group or Power Structure. They defend normally against its attacks. If your whole Power Structure is immune to something, your hand, decks, and discard pile are also immune
Protection generated by the body's immune system, in response to previous malaria attacks, resulting in ability to control or lessen a malaria attack.
Keywords:  hine, rupert, remastered, solo, album
Immunity is a solo album by Rupert Hine. Originally released in 1981, re-released and digitally remastered in 2001.
A form of passive immunity resulting from immune factors being passed from the mother to the offspring. This may be accomplished either in the uterus or through the milk (especially the colostrum).
Immunity resulting from the transfer of protective factors from one individual to another. This may be done artificially by obtaining serum from an immune animal and injecting it into a non-immune animal. Passive immunity is of short duration measured in terms of days or weeks.
Under Section 20 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 a trade union may be immune from legal liability for a tort (a civil wrong against another party) for inducing or threatening to break a contract (i.e. an employment contract between the employer and employee) if done in contemplation or furtherance of a legitimate trade dispute. Immunity can be lost under certain specified circumstances.
a question of law for the court to decide and may be resolved whenever the record in a particular case becomes sufficiently developed
The condition of being protected by something. For example, a farm may be immune from a nuisance lawsuit if it was present before a housing development was built nearby, the farm is in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations, and there is a Right to Farm law in the state where the farm is located. See also Right-To-Farm.------------------------- Home | | Bottom
The maintenance of deliberate control over any force attempting entry into one's aura.
the quality of being unaffected by something; "immunity to criticism"
a purely factual issue dependent on what was objectively reasonable
A provision in the law which shields a person or organization from legal obligations.