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  • v. Present participle of neutralise.

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Examples

  • The latest experimental shot has been tested successfully on mice and monkeys, but not humans, and has been shown to activate a broad response from immune system proteins called neutralising antibodies.

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  • He also hailed his department's success in "neutralising" armed robberies.

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  • How about "neutralising" the threat of Lalit Modi and his brigade before "neutralising" the alleged mastermind of the Dantewada massacre, Ramanna Paparao?

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  • The source then mentions money to cover expenses in locating and 'neutralising' government witnesses, including the cost of acquiring prepaid and unregistered cellphones.

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  • British forces are directly involved in neutralising insurgent strongholds, bringing security and governance to local people.

    Letters: The cost of war – and of walking away

  • But given admonitions about wise eating, and the health and safety constrictions on slaked lime, available – if at all – for £20 a kilo, I must either devise a new means of neutralising that astringent sap or be content to dwell on the memory of green fig conserve.

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  • Up to 20% of sera from human adults also revealed neutralising antibodies to this virus.

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  • Let me illustrate that by neutralising the sympathies.

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  • Danny Cipriani has been tasked with neutralising elusive fly-half Matt Giteau, identified as Australia's main threat

    Exodus of Wallabies set to follow Matt Giteau to Europe

  • The comic might, in this model, be understood as the acceptance of credibility warp — the suspension of suspension-of-disbelief — as a means of neutralising affective warp. posted by Hal Duncan | 7: 02 PM

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