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deglutinate

(dĭ-glo͞ot′n-āt′)
tr.v. degluti·nated, degluti·nating, degluti·nates
To extract the gluten from (wheat flour, for example).

de·glu′ti·na′tion n.
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As the age advances, older persons may complain of altered mastication, disturbed deglutination, risk of choking.
The deglutination of this latter material "poisons" the "cannibal," producing the contrary of the desired result of the Manifesto antropofago.
In addition to representing resistance to Cruz's "European science," Sonhos tropicais presents a variant of the modernist cannibal motif by portraying Cruz's successful deglutination of foreign scientific influences via narratives of the protagonist's (and other scientists') deliberate consumption of infectious microorganisms.