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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of circumcize.

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Examples

  • ANyway, obviously my husband is British and we live in Europe where men are generally NOT circumcized, and he was adamently opposed to circumcision at birth.

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

  • Specific to this family::: Are their sons circumcized?

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  • I am the mother of two sons who are circumcized, to which I attribute no fatal result.

    First the Bagel, Now the Mohel - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • ANyway, obviously my husband is British and we live in Europe where men are generally NOT circumcized, and he was adamently opposed to circumcision at birth.

    The First Cut

  • My husband's parents are from Europe, thus he is not circumcized and it never really occurred to us to have the procedure done on our children.

    The First Cut

  • In Judaism perhaps they would have to be circumcized?

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  • Weeks earlier when he told me about the choking, I had imagined whips and chains, dominations and pain, but when I unzip his women's jeans he is nothing but an un-circumcized child who whimpers while he kisses.

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  • If you betrayed your children, circumcized and didn't teach them about the power at the god's disposal then you failed as a parent and the best you can achieve is reincarnation.

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  • Expect the circumcized males to fall initially, indicitive of the god's favoritism towards the females.

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  • If you betrayed your children, circumcized and didn't teach them about the power at the god's disposal then you failed as a parent and the best you can achieve is reincarnation.

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