We must be careful not to administer a vaccine against faith to them.
Jones had Ricky Gervais administer electric shock to him during a segment.
Almost everyone except us is on a territorial system, and for good reason: it's a lot simpler to administer and harder to game.
As the medics came to administer aid, Kurth grabbed a radio and ordered a MedEvac helicopter.
When Jerry Lee was taken home and his car was towed from the ditch, the deputies forgot to administer a test for intoxication.
"And qualified to administer an oath and take your deposition," said the minister.
They administer stinging rebukes that leave the adversary writhing.
He was called upon, not merely to administer the government, but to decide in the face of terrible odds, the fate of the Republic.
“What we want is to administer a tonic to the Conference in Milan,” he said airily.
All the remedies which the best medical advice could administer proved unavailing.
late 14c., administren, aministren "to manage as a steward," from Old French amenistrer "help, aid, be of service to" (12c., Modern French administrer, the -d- restored 16c.), and directly from Latin administrare "manage, control, guide, superintend; rule direct," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + ministrare "serve" (see minister (v.)). Used of medicine, etc., "to give," from 1540s. Related: Administered; administering.