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castrated

(kăs′trāt-ĕd)
Rendered incapable of reproduction by removal of the testicles or ovaries.
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Many similar quotes from castrated patients in other studies (Boehmer & Clark, 2001; Fergus et al.
When I say I've been castrated, I mean that in the Kafkaesque sense.
Another, "Poetry castrated by its own language," seems to reflect that the narration itself seems to have suffered some deliberate cuts.
Take particular care in handling entire males since they tend to be more aggressive to humans and pen-mates than castrated individuals.
He also imposed a Contingent Destruction Order, but said Rusty would be spared provided he was kept under control and was castrated by November 18.
This study found that castrated, mentally handicapped patients, in the first half of the 20th century in Kansas, outlived patients who were not castrated by more than 10 years, mostly due to measurably lower TB death rates.
A PSYCHOPATH who castrated a man found dead in his own home may strike again, police warned today.
John Mark Byers, stepfather of the castrated boy, was no stranger to law enforcement.
In antiquity imported slaves were often castrated so as to divert their attention from reproduction to production or service.
The charity has appealed to horse owners to ensure that if their animals need to be castrated the operation is only carried out by a qualified veterinary surgeon.
A cow is a female, milk-producing bovine; a bull is a male cow, ox or buffalo; and a steer is a castrated male raised for beef.
The Oklahoma state Senate recently passed a 35-5 vote on a bill that would have castrated sex offenders .