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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of inseminate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. same as fertilized, 1.


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  • The idea of being 'inseminated' definitely bothers me, because it feels like a violation of my bodily integrity ...

    Tick Tock that Biological Clock - Feministing

  • As of this writing, "Kung Fu Panda 2" is playing in theaters everywhere, and Washington, D.C., is consumed with anxiety about the possible pregnancy of Mei Xiang, the periodically artificially inseminated panda at the National Zoological Park—even after the heartbreak of having her previous cub returned to China, as the agreement with the Chinese requires all progeny to be.

    China's Cuddly Emissaries

  • But shockingly, during the Cold War, Russian scientists actually carried out experiments where they inseminated unsuspecting human females with hybrid embryos created in a lab.

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  • During human evolutionary history women couldn't afford to conceive as a consequence of being inseminated by just any man, and the presence of semen in the female reproductive tract often triggers an immune reaction that treats the sperm as a pathogen.

    Lazar Greenfield's 'Semengate' Stuns Scientific Community

  • After she and Tian Tian failed to mate successfully, she was artificially inseminated Jan. 9 and 10.

    Zoo can keep giant pandas for 5 more years - and its dreams of a cub

  • Earlier this year, Dion was inseminated with one of those embryo that had been frozen in liquid nitrogen for the past eight years.

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  • Castro also said she backs efforts to allow lesbians to be artificially inseminated, a procedure currently barred.

    Cuba to reinstate surgical procedures for trans people

  • This is irrefutable evidence that Jack Ruby and John Kennedy conspired to have Marilyn Monroe artificially inseminated by a “black African Kenya.” beth

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  • The main ones are the inability to breed naturally (the majority of bulldogs are artificially inseminated and require C sections), constant skin and eye infections, weak respiratory systems and heart trouble.

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  • So once again, scientists artificially inseminated the female, Mei Xiang, to begin Washington's annual giant panda pregnancy watch.

    At National Zoo, panda pregnancy watch begins anew


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