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to render incapable of reproducing sexually

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a man who has been castrated and is incapable of reproduction

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deprive of strength or vigor

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Physicochemical characteristics of entire and castrate elk are presented in Table 2.
The latest guidelines from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network suggest further hormonal manipulation if testosterone levels exceed 50 ng/dL, but make no recommendations on when or if testosterone should be measured.[sup.14] While the European Association of Urology guidelines provide more guidance as to when testosterone should be measured, no direct evidence supports these recommendations.[sup.15] They suggest the measurement of serum testosterone 1 month after initiating ADT to check the testosterone nadir, as well as at 6 months to ensure castrate levels.
Longhorn breeders who are trying to produce animals with spectacular horns prefer to castrate any bull calf they don't intend to keep for breeding, since the steers grow the longest horns.
More hunting teams and cooperation with eco-organzations, which also castrate dogs, are envisioned for 2011.
PROVENGE is the first autologous cellular immunotherapy to be approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic metastatic castrate resistant (hormone refractory) prostate cancer, stated the company.
For example, in searching articles with the term castrate, we eliminated those articles that also mentioned Hijra (a South Asian third gender category, some of whom are castrated), and Castrati (a male singer castrated before puberty), because they were purely foreign within our Western context in the first example, or strictly historical in the second.
Avonvale Veterinary Centres in Warwick, Southam, Kenilworth and Wellesbourne already castrate between 400 and 500 cats each year.
The 40-year-old decided to castrate himself to avoid cheating on his wife who refused to have sex with him.
The statistical analysis was performed using general linear model (GLM) of either MINITAB version 13.0 (MINITAB, PA, USA) or SPSS Release 12.0 in examining the effects of sex (castrate and boar) and weight/age (days on trial).
Sofia municipality's "Castrate and Return" programme, aimed at tackling the city's interminable problem of stray dogs, has now been operating for several months, the method itself being proposed by the World Health Organisation, whereby strays are collected and inoculated against rabies.
From How to Castrate a Bull by Dave Hitz with Pat Walsh.
People castrate you to make themselves feel better.
He combined this responsibility with intensified study of pagan philosophy under the Neo-Platonist Ammonius, whilst leading a personal life of such asceticism as to castrate himself through an over-literal interpretation of Matthew 19.12 ("There be eunuchs which have made themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's sake")--Augustine (Confessions 8.8) considered but rejected this expedient.
She constructs them all as scapegoats and proceeds to "castrate" Gabriel/Turner.
Danish pig farmers castrate their pigs at a very early age in a process that takes 60 agonising seconds.