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  • n. The act of being or becoming a parasite.


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  • Exploitive cultures, and its poster child Capitalism, are inherently weak systems that depend on parasitization of the weak to survive.

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  • An attempted economic diagnosis of a phobia, while being unwarranted in itself, also implies that there are no rational arguments against deliberately increasing the parasitization on the net taxpayers; as if we could expect to produce more per capita through increasing the burden on the net taxpayer.

    Immigration, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Overriding of the molt-inducing stimulus of multiple limb autotomy in the mud crab Rhithropanopeus harrisii by parasitization with a rhizocephalan.

    Parasite Rex

  • There were some (secret mouths of the Blight?) who welcomed the new stability at the Top, even one based on permanent parasitization.

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • Soon Sarah would be suffering from all the effects of massive parasitization.

    The Hunger

  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tb), an intracellular pathogen, is exquisitely adapted for human parasitization

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  • This themselves economically, lead to crippling and is a major stressor in educational field and inflicts the parasitization of every body concerned, including economy of the families of the students, teachers, the themselves. nation as well as that of the world!

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  • The crippling and parasitization caused by present institutions lead to a vicious cycle of bribing for permission, grant, land, caste certificates, illegal recruitments, irregularities in salaries, illegal donations, illegal coaching and starting such new parasitic 'power centers'!

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