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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of germs in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of germs in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of germs in a Sentence

  1. Michele Hlavsa:

    Also, take kids on bathroom breaks every hour, and check diapers in a diaper-changing area and not right next to the pool, we all share the water we swim in, but we don't want to share germs, pee or poop.

  2. Ron Eccles:

    We get colds when we are flying because we there are three or four hundred people all squeezed in together in a small space, you can guarantee that some of those people will have colds and the germs are spread because of crowding.

  3. Michael Jacobson:

    Sometimes, food additives can be crutches or insurance policies. If a food is frozen, germs aren't going to grow. But preservatives might be added just in case, or they may be used just because their supplier has been using it for so long.

  4. Robert Tauxe:

    Getting more germs out of the chicken and turkey we eat is an important step in protecting people from foodborne illness.

  5. Keri Peterson:

    People are in closer proximity on trains and airplanes so they are more likely to be contaminated if someone coughs or sneezes, plus, the sanitization of trains and airplanes is not very thorough, so surfaces are more likely to harbor germs.

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