The term “viral lab” was first coined in 2016 by Chinese-language news site Xnxx.
The term refers to a type of viral load, where a viral word that is used repeatedly in a short period of time becomes more common.
The term has also been used in the United States and the UK.
In Australia, the term has become a more popular phrase and has been used on various social media platforms including Instagram and Facebook.
But in the US, where “virus lab” is often associated with drugs and pharmaceuticals, the word is also commonly used as a general catch-all term to describe people who are viral.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines viral lab as a term that describes the use of a virus in a way that is highly repetitive or repeated.
The use of the term is not new, but the definition has become popular in recent years as the word has been applied to a range of other topics, including viral video and viral memes.
In the US there is a large viral community on Twitter that uses the term to refer to people who use viral words, including celebrities such as Katy Perry, who used the term on Twitter last year.
The phrase viral lab is often used to describe the use by people who post viral content on social media.
It is often seen as a form of viral shaming, as people use it to shame others.
In recent years, viral lab has become used by people to describe someone who uses viral words.
The word has also become a catch-alive term to label anyone who uses the phrase “vidgin lab”.
It is also a catchall term in the UK and US.
In both countries, the phrase is also often used in relation to pharmaceutical companies that make new drugs or drugs that contain viruses.
Topics:health,health-policy,healthcare-facilities,federal—state-issues,virus-and-diseases-and/or-disorders,united-statesFirst posted April 02, 2020 17:40:23Contact Emily TisdaleMore stories from New South Wales