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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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Smelly Castrating nine ferrets involves something of a production line - anaesthetising each one, prepping the area, doing the operation and then supervising the recovery.
Ann, 50, said: "There are lots of stallions at Gelligaer Common that need castrating. We are looking to expand so we can castrate more to reduce the number of foals being born."
A small calf can be held by two people; one person holds the head and front legs and the other holds the hind legs so the calf cannot kick the person doing the castrating. A large calf is more safely held with ropes, or restrained on a calf table (a small tilting chute).
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 ...
"Some might think that castrating an ancient symbol is a step too far.
The oppression of those in power has succeeded in severing the Seminal Vesicle and tying up the Vas Deferens, castrating us all with a blunt, rusty blade.
A man was arrested late Friday for allegedly castrating his ex-girlfriend's cat with a box cutter, Eugene police said.
Take into consideration the time needed for tailing when assessing any labour savings from not castrating.
He added: "We've been putting tags on the ears of the bulls and castrating them but they should have been done much earlier."
In the (NZB x NZW)[F.sub.1] mouse model of SLE, females develop more severe disease and die earlier than males; treating females with androgens (male hormones) slows the disease, while castrating males accelerates it.
Eisenman, who has traditionally laid bare mechanisms of (male) mastery, is perhaps not as obviously bad in these images as in her now-infamous early works (Amazons castrating shipwrecked men, and the like).
The society is worried that amateurs who do not know what they are doing are castrating horses and the procedure is being carried out without painkillers.
Contrastingly, in other stories women are banished or subjected to physical abuse, to save their husbands from other men's castrating gazes: "the only refuge for women is a masochistic famtasu of love and honor for their beautiful, martyred flesh after death" (285).
Marra, however, is convinced that the greatest impediment to racial advancement is the battle of the sexes "indelibly inscribed in the monolithic gender constructs Wilson's [work] perpetuates from generation to generation." In her view, the black males in Wilson's plays represent the "white supremacist capitalist patriarchy's phallocentric ideal" and are constantly defending their genitals from the castrating gaze of black women.
The kindest cut may be the one made at a young age, when it comes to castrating beef cattle.