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to render incapable of reproducing sexually

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cut off the testicles (of male animals such as horses)

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Nevertheless, the lack of usage of international law also inevitably means more manoeuvring space for power play and self-interest (Zimnitskaya and Von Geldern 2010, p.
But the larger problem is clear in what Von Geldern characterized as "socialist islands in a sea of hostile influences.
Her study joins more substantial works on Bolshevik policies toward women (by Wendy Goldman, Elizabeth Wood, Barbara Evans Clements and others) and on Bolshevik festivals (by Karen Petrone, Richard Stites, James van Geldern, Katerina Clark and others).
Vemos un gran potencial en la region", dice Karl von Geldern, nacido en Chile y director adjunto de la oficina latinoamericana de la compania en Munich.
Still maintaining his innocence, Rothenberg accused prosecutors of filing erroneous charges and called deputy district attorney Eric von Geldern "gutless.
Christian Kuhn's article on Geldern prison in what was then West Germany also tries to get the balance right.
Even James von Geldern's examination of early Soviet festivals only addresses the effect of the Comintern's mass festivities on foreign guests and not on Soviet society: James von Geldern, Bolshevik Festivals 1917-1920, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1993, pp178-88.
15) See James yon Geldern, Bolshevik Festivals, 1917-1920 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993); Make Rolf, Das sowjetische Massenfest (Hamburg: Hamburger Edition, 2006), 62-70; Karl Schl6gel, Jenseits des Grossen Oktobers: Das Laboratorium der Moderne.
GELDERN, GERMANY -- One of the world's largest PWB companies is taking over one of its oldest.
As demonstrated by James von Geldern, Soviet holidays were a means of publicly communicating socialist values to an illiterate population and legitimizing the new regime.
3 (2006): 24-32; and James von Geldern, "Radio Moscow: The Voice from the Center," in Culture and Entertainment in Wartime Russia, ed.