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  • n. The metabolic conversion of a substance into a toxin

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Examples

  • Demos's report stated that "terrorism must be defeated through the deliberate 'toxification' of the al-Qaeda brand; not by making it seem dangerous, but by exposing it as dumb," and this is a very insightful point.

    newmatilda.com - Comments

  • *** Stay tuned for more on the money "toxification" movement --- Doug

    Dakota Today

  • "Terrorism must be defeated through the deliberate 'toxification' of the al-Qaeda brand; not by making it seem dangerous, but by exposing it as dumb," Jamie Bartlett, one of the report's authors, told AFP.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • "Terrorism must be defeated through the deliberate 'toxification' of the al-Qaeda brand; not by making it seem dangerous, but by exposing it as dumb," said Jamie Bartlett, one of the report's authors.

    Taipei Times

  • Not a lot of other fiction is profoundly concerned with some of the key challenges we face now, like climate change and the toxification of the earth, like problems in how we're fueling this amazing system we've set up, like how we might need to change a lot of what we take for granted to make it another century.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Gord Sellar

  • The toxification of our environment has been engendered to such a degree that it can be measured in the incidence of industrial-era ailments and diseases.

    Randall Amster: New Clear Energy

  • GMOs actually increase the toxification of our food system, even while claiming to be an alternative to chemicals.

    Maria Rodale: The First Ever National Heirloom Exposition, Santa Rosa, California

  • People fleeing toxification of their communities and immiseration in their jobs will still seek to cross the nation's most lethal border regardless of what legal chicanery awaits them on the other side.

    Randall Amster: Arizona's Moment of Truth

  • Toxic legacies: Related to the nuclear problem is the ongoing toxification of war-torn regions.

    Randall Amster: And the War Drags On: Hot Zones, Cold Logic, and the Challenge of Peace

  • Let's talk about the tainted food supply, the cultural toxification of our bodies and minds, and the disconnection from nature and each other that is part and parcel of our workaday lives.

    Randall Amster: Does Anyone in the Healthcare Debate Really Care About Health?

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