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to train to live with and be of use to people

Synonyms for domesticate

adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment

make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans

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This domesticating tolerance works through three mini-strategies: a politics of functionalism, a rhetoric of efficiency, and a hermeneutics of plasticity.
29) This diode may well be one production of this triad of domesticating tolerance, insofar as such tolerance is the product of a certain ability to adopt a tolerant attitude because one is most concerned with maintaining one's distinct status vis-a-vis one's reference group, and so has little time to intervene in the status domain of another; and because conforming with the group with whom you share status distinction affords a validation of your own position.
If Fine and Leopold are right, then the role of distinction/conformity in supporting the domesticating tolerance of theocapitalism' s theology of culture may well be rooted in the dynamics of our consumer capitalist economy.
For many years, historians and scientists assumed that the Incas had created both the llamas and alpacas by domesticating the guanaco, which is larger and more widely distributed than the vicuna.
We are not interested in domesticating the vicuna," he insists.
Domesticating Drink: Women, Men, and Alcohol in America, 1870-1940.
For decades, most scientists assumed that humanity picked up tapeworms while domesticating cattle and pigs some 10,000 years ago, explains Eric P.
Perhaps, after the first breakthrough in domesticating a fungus, descendant lineages of ants went back to the wild again to tame new fungal crops.
In the new family tree of fungi, published in the September 25 Science, he sees evidence of five independent ant successes in domesticating a wild fungus.