- adj. Not sterilized.
- adj. not sterilized
“The best way to avert the rise in unsterilized pets is by instituting a New Deal for neutering and spaying -- one that links unplanned dog breeding to a substantial redistribution of income.”
“It remains uncertain whether the so-called unsterilized intervention would lead to monetary easing, but the decision is raising speculation that the bank will loosen monetary policy further," said Hirokata Kusaba, an economist at Mizuho Research Institute.”
“So-called unsterilized intervention, in which extra money remains in the market, is considered a form of monetary-policy easing because it essentially boosts the supply of yen.”
“Tiring of seeing the Yen move ever higher in response to a weakening $US, Japan has responded by starting to buy US dollars and by leaving the increased supply of Yen in the economy in what is called unsterilized intervention.”
“Leaving the money "unsterilized" is seen as a form of monetary-policy easing because it essentially boosts the supply of yen, putting downward pressure on interest rates.”
“Central banks accomplish this today by buying and selling government bonds in "unsterilized" transactions.”
“And why would you want to leave it 'unsterilized'?”
“This would have to be an "unsterilized" adjustment, to use the rather strange terminology common today.”
“Despite campaigns encouraging sterilization to reduce pet overpopulation, and despite expanding options for low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, nearly half of people who have acquired unsterilized pets in the last year haven't fixed them.”
“•Of the unsterilized dogs and cats acquired in the past year, 48% still haven't been sterilized.”
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