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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sterilize.

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  • adjective made infertile

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Examples

  • Cool, and store in sterilized, airtight jars or freeze in heavy freezer bags.

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  • Cool, and store in sterilized, airtight jars or freeze in heavy freezer bags.

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  • First of all, all Fed actions to date are what's called "sterilized" - that is, non inflationary.

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  • First of all, all Fed actions to date are what's called "sterilized" - that is, troy correctly pointed out, already exist.

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  • First of all, all Fed actions to date are what's called "sterilized" - that is, troy correctly pointed out, already exist.

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  • First of all, all Fed actions to date are what's called "sterilized" - that is, non inflationary.

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  • Milk that has been sterilized, that is, bottled and put in boiling water for an hour, is not so good for the baby as pasteurized milk; that is, milk kept at something less than the boiling point for half an hour, since the higher temperature causes the milk to lose some of the qualities beneficial to the child.

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  • Thirty percent of Catholics are sterilized, which is the same rate as the rest of the population.

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  • The instruments were sterilized, which is thought to kill all microorganisms, including the viruses in question.

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  • Thirty percent of Catholics are sterilized, which is the same rate as the rest of the population.

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