Did you perhaps mean sterilize?
- v. : To sterilize.
- v. make infertile
- v. make free from bacteria
“The ECB also said it would conduct operations to "sterilise" its purchases of bonds, absorbing back liquidity released by its buying.”
“The ECB also said it would conduct operations to 'sterilise' its purchases of bonds, absorbing back liquidity released by its buying.”
“It is also open to a central bank to "sterilise" the monetary system against other influences upon the money supply by increasing or reducing its holdings of government securities.”
“As explained by Peter Temin and others, that was because, whereas countries with balance of payments deficits were forced to reduce deflate in order to preserve their gold reserves, surplus countries were free to "sterilise" gold inflows and so prevent any increase in their money supply.”
“Architect Richard Dobson, who, with Skinner, will soon publish a book on the Warwick Triangle area, says the mall appears to be part of the city's efforts to "sterilise" the area in time for the 2010 World Cup.”
“sterilise" gold inflows and so prevent any increase in their money supply.”
“Better yet, if a country has an unforgivably high population to emissions ratio (I'm looking at you, North America), why not covertly sterilise the population?”
“Simply press the button and dip into a litre of clear water for 90 seconds to sterilise.”
“Mother's legal plea to sterilise her daughter remains unresolved”
“Madam that often works best, and I always clean and sterilise returns.”
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