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- v. Present participle of neuter.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The sterilization of an animal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the sterilization of an animal
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Rather, gender-neutering is bad writing because it causes the writer to introduce elements that serve no purpose as far as conveying the subject at hand, merely to make a political point.
"While the issue identified and addressed in MS10-002 was identified to exist on high-profile websites, thus far real-world examples of the SCRIPT tag neutering attack scenario have been hard to come by."
While the issue identified and addressed in MS10-002 was identified to exist on high-profile web sites, thus far real-world examples of the SCRIPT tag neutering attack scenario have been hard to come by.
Also "neutering" is ridiculous, the proposals have nothing to do with investment banking, which is a client service which should continue unhindered.
In that case, he's doing a great job of "neutering" the LAUSD school board, if not effectively eliminating it entirely.
Pets require health exams, immunizations and you should consider options such as neutering or spaying.
Troy Henry, is concerned about the "neutering" of black power by whites.
The coverage does not cover routine procedures such as neutering and vaccinations but in the case of a major medical problem, as much as 80 percent of the cost may be covered.
The idea of dog licensing can be seen to have negative connotations, but there are examples of alternative legislation in countries like Canada, where in some cities dog registration is compulsory and fees reduced if you comply with responsible ownership guidelines such as neutering and micro-chipping.
The change would have had the effect of "neutering" Kevin Rudd's youthful image, Mr Costello wrote in the book, according to News Ltd, which said it had obtained key details of the memoirs.
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