domesticize


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to train to live with and be of use to people

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Islamists not only found it convenient, but also used this as tool to advance their version of Islam which domesticize women, exclude them from decision-making processes, and deny them all kinds of resources (e.
249) The main purpose of the AFA is to remove foreign fishing efforts still remaining in the GOA and BSAI after the passage of the Anti-reflagging Act of 1987, whose purpose was to fully domesticize the Alaskan Fisheries.
Specifically, negative descriptive or normative gender stereotypes of what women are or should be are those that sexualize, maternalize, or domesticize a woman co-worker or employee,(106) or otherwise indicate that women do not belong in the "marketplace and the world of ideas.
The budgerigar reminds one comically of the piracy involved in the colonial process, both as an imported product of that process that domesticizes the exotic, and as an ersatz, scaled-down version of the filmic convention of a parrot and pirate.
If, as Linda Peterson speculates, in a stimulating, unorthodox reading, Margaret Oliphant's Autobiography domesticizes the professional literary life, reaching toward the construction of a family history, how would Peterson reinterpret Linton's extraordinary text, The Autobiography of Christopher Kirkland?