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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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edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate

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While men could emasculate ("emasculating tyranny of the studio boss," 20 July, 1988), descriptions of the "female castrator" were far more prevalent: "the frigid, castrating, ball-breaking female partner" (20 November, 1999); the "frigid, castrating WASP matron" (20 December, 1986); and "feminism in the late seventies .
At first glance, retribution may seem to be a valid justification for castrating sex offenders.
Well, hell, who wants to look at old footage of all those angry, karate-chopping, humorless, castrating Amazons anyway?
Before his career in Silicon Valley, Hitz worked as a cowboy, where he got valuable management experience by herding, branding, and castrating cattle.
Emmett Hanger's bill would have state agencies study whether Virginia should start castrating sex offenders instead of confining them to treatment programs after they get out of jail.
Carr: "Nothing really, nothing at all, yeah, might say some b word, probably got them or something like that, they want shooting or whatever, just general what other people say, they just want castrating.
When Rachel advises a castrating divorce attorney to abandon her career as part of her therapy - both episodes available for preview featured scatological maladies - ``Body and Soul'' is sort of a feel-good version of the 1971 George C.
Q I AM thinking about castrating my one-year-old Cairn terrier, Bob, because he is very territorial and attacks the postman and the neighbour's dog if he walks past.
Exploration of women in political realms opens with an excellent article by Anne Cruz on the female figure in "Pedro el Cruel" ballads that demonstrates how rival political factions effected a political agenda at women's expense through their dualistic figuration of that ruler's wife and mistress either as martyr, adultress, or castrating seductress.
In Eva's Man, the protagonist is imprisoned after poisoning her lover and castrating him with her teeth.
The age-old stereotype of the grasping, relentless, selfish, castrating Amazon.
The day before I came to this [Toronto] film festival, we were blacklegging, castrating, dehorning, eartagging, and I got to rope for the first time.
ITV's Jeremy Wade, 53, spent weeks hunting in Papua New Guinea after locals claimed the 40lb monster was castrating fishermen - with at least two bleeding to death.
Wellington, April 23 (ANI): Courtney Love has revealed a new side of her personality to her fans - she loves castrating sheep.
Conquering armies have very frequently gendered their defeated rivals as women, often sodomizing or castrating fallen warriors.