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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of variolation

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of variolation:
/vɛɹiəlejʃən/

Derived Form of variolation

noun
plural: variolations
Noun
1
the obsolete process of inoculating a susceptible person with material taken from a vesicle of a person who has smallpox
Synonymsvariolization,
Type ofinoculating, vaccinating,

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  1. - This process, which came to be known as Variolation,
  2. about his own Variolation procedure he'd undergone
  3. A, Variolation was gross,
  4. What if we tried this, Variolation?
  5. Won't variolation to be against His will?
  6. many colonies were still hesitant about variolation,
  7. But the threat of variolation an outbreak amongst the troops
  8. finally and mercifully permitted variolation.
  9. His cowpox based vaccine proved safer than variolation,
  10. The procedure, called variolation,
  11. Unlike variolation, which used actual smallpox virus
  12. and variolation became prohibited
  13. For the wealthy, there was a procedure that was dangerously ahead of its time called variolation.
  14. Variolation was a variation on vaccination where in the early stages of an epidemic a
  15. so variolation would actually exacerbate the very epidemics they were supposed to fight
  16. of variolation, which was used to protect against smallpox (a disease that killed annually
  17. an estimated 400,000 people in Europe alone in the eighteenth century). Variolation involved
  18. Variolation was brought to New England by Cotton Mather and Zabdiel Boylston in 1721.
  19. Following the development of the newer practice of vaccination, variolation declined and was ultimately banned.
  20. The British, for example, banned it in 1842. And the practice of variolation was