tranquilize

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to make or become calm

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The effect of tranquilization upon territory maintenance in the male red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus).
There is, first, the tranquilization of experience: the routine communication of scandal and obscenity overridden by a sense of narcissistic security, so that any content, no matter how urgent, becomes a fantasy, an entertainment.
Second, at the zoo, the weight of the animal and its medical history are known; therefore, the amount of the drug necessary for tranquilization can be measured accurately.
A thorough ocular examination required restraint, tranquilization, regional nerve blocks and topical anesthesia.
They lauded the positive developments that took place at the Lebanese front since the signing of Doha Agreement and confirmed the necessity of continuing the approach of tranquilization and dialogue and the enhancing national unity and fending off foreign threats.
Flanders puts it, are "not cooperative" may require either tranquilization or a general anesthetic to prevent stress and quiet the patient.
Briefly, after initial tranquilization with intramuscular ketamine (10-15 mg/kg body weight), the animal was intubated and connected to the Boyle's apparatus.
The leopard was rescued by the Khunia Range, Wildlife-II Division after tranquilization and surgical management was undertaken of the deep incised wounds prior to its release into the wild.
This suggested no added advantage of chlorpromazine tranquilization before start of fetotomy procedures, although, buffaloes suffering from dystocia appeared calm and tranquilized clinically (Prabhakar et al.