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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of humanise.

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Examples

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • Having a family also "humanises" the technology, and provides the potential for greater media coverage.

    iTnews Australia

  • It humanises us, and through us, almost humanises itself.

    Hisham Wyne: Public Transport and the Evolution of Urban Culture

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