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viral

Quickly and widely circulated on the Internet, as of content such as a video, picture, or post. Have you seen that viral video of the puppy lounging on a pool float? It's hilarious! This meme is definitely going to go viral.

go viral

To quickly and widely circulate on the Internet, as of a video, picture, or post. I can't believe that video of our puppy lounging on a pool float went viral!
See also: go, viral
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Persons who were acutely infected and unaware of their infection had the highest transmission rate (16.1), followed by persons who were non-acutely infected and unaware (8.4), those aware of their HIV infection but not in care (6.6), and those receiving HIV care but not virally suppressed (6.1).
As word spreads virally regarding the price disparities, it is likely that the company could receive a flurry of traffic and business from price-conscious consumers."
Their banner - which read "Please do not film us, our wives think we are fishing in West Wales" - was filmed and spread virally on Facebook and Twitter.
"Agencies and brands want to benchmark the performance of their content marketing and understand when content is distributed virally."
Humber Coastguard watch manager Bev Allen said: "The craze of neknominate is spreading virally through Facebook but before accepting your mission please just stop and think about what you are doing.
+ "I think it's a good move both because it congratulates users arid provides a mechanism for sharing kudos virally. Naturally, some will think it's lame, but I bet it successfully meets their [LinkedIn's] goals."
"This is the first virally spreading speech-based service in the developing world," he says.
An image of a crucial body part is unleashed virally. A sudden show of solidarity in the manner of "We are all Spartacus!" gives a touching look at the confusion bred in the alliances of teens as they find their way in the world.
Koko have also created a bespoke Facebook version of the game which serves to spread the Confused.com name virally as well as driving traffic to our website."
The video, sang by Psy, has been viewed more than 26 million times since mid-July, making it more virally successful than Justin Bieber's latest video.
Jerelle Wilson-Moonie, 19, Jeffery Lartey and Virally Okokono, both 17, all of east London, were found guilty of murder.
This requires generating content which presents Germany as a travel destination for young people and which spreads virally. To encourage active communication (live sharing) on social networks, there are plans to set up 'check-in points' at some of Germany's best-known sights.
If the patient becomes virally suppressed, and TDF stocks are still limited, switch TDF as described above.
Information about the new sites is also spreading virally. We hope to share information about our social media outreach through our @LASchools Updates on YouTube as well.
The company said its new social network, The World Of BoingOpia, enables consumers to create microsites of their favorite product websites, spread them virally across all relevant social platforms and track consumer interactions, which will allow registered users to anonymously 'Get Paid for their Likes'.