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  • verb Present participle of humanise.

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Examples

  • The Brown interview marks many claim a new phase in 'the Broon project': one his backroom staff have often been working on day and night with no visible result - namely the humanising of the coarse, dull, workaholic 'Broonman'.

    openDemocracy

  • The Brown interview marks many claim a new phase in 'the Broon project': one his backroom staff have often been working on day and night with no visible result - namely the humanising of the coarse, dull, workaholic 'Broonman'.

    openDemocracy

  • Queen Elizabeth was, by the way, very uneasy with the new level of ideological imperialist zealotry formulated by people like Spenser, whether on ethical grounds or the practicalities of government- alienating subjects whose culture you are actively destroying as an in this sense being that you are 'humanising' them and their land- otherwise in their former or native state they are less than human.

    Dead heads and humanists

  • It is a full of the kind of humanising detail that would work well in a to camera piece but looks slightly strange on the printed page.

    Brown's confused media strategy

  • It is a full of the kind of humanising detail that would work well in a to camera piece but looks slightly strange on the printed page.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • When a film provides such an intimate portrait of so historically despised a character, inevitable arguments are raised against the "humanising" of such figures.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • When a film provides such an intimate portrait of so historically despised a character, inevitable arguments are raised against the "humanising" of such figures.

    munkey's-eye view

  • They seem to be thinking in terms of "humanising" apartheid or

    SELECTED STATEMENTS AND OTHER PRESS RELEASES, 1963-1983

  • He knows he needs "humanising", and the only person in a position to do this plausibly is his wife.

    The Guardian World News

  • "humanising" your brands … and all you need to do is participate.

    Servant of Chaos

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