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lobotomize

(lə-bŏt′ə-mīz′, lō-)
tr.v. loboto·mized, loboto·mizing, loboto·mizes
Medicine To perform a lobotomy on (a patient).
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Babydoll (Emily Browning) is institutionalised at Lennox House For The Mentally Insane by her cruel stepfather (Gerard Plunkett), who wants the young woman lobotomised so he can get his grubby hands on the family fortune.
In their current shrunken, almost lobotomised form, trapped within enclosed walls, the palaces do not do justice to their original designers' and monarchs' intentions, with their visions of parklands, vistas and gardens.
And, for no particularly good narrative reason in what is an already thoroughly implausible caper with more holes than a Swiss cheese mountain, Don Cheadle comes on board as the local big shot gangster who persuades Max to help steal the diamond and upcoming Brit actress Naomie Harris gets to do a passable native accent as the dusky island cop who clearly has her common sense lobotomised to provide Harrelson with his contractual romantic interest.
Has dance music lobotomised contemporary music's ability to care for anything other than a rampant, self-centred lust for hedonistic satiation?
Well it's better than being the lobotomised man's crumpet.
Called Cufflinks, it was the brainchild (actually, that should probably read 'the lobotomised offspring') of Welsh eyebrow enthusiast Alex who put himself forward to appear in the team's TV ad as 'Herbert', the walking personification of every bad date you've ever had.
A former actor, recently lobotomised, he decides to return the former Shah's nitwit brother to power in Iran to boost his plummeting ratings.
One of the things that happens when you get into government is you are sort of gradually lobotomised by the sheer neurosis and weight of everyday government activity'' - Nick Clegg, deputy Prime Minister.
Normally, I couldn't care less about the Emmys, but I was ticked off when I heard that John Noble, who plays two Walter Bishops, a lobotomised universe destroying super-scientist in one of the Fringe universes and the Secretary of Defence in the other, was not nominated.
Yes, encourage playground asthmatics to do the right thing - but don't encourage them to look like lobotomised parrots.
As Hannibal begins to track down his captors and kill them, while the methods are inventive, there is no real sense that this Hannibal is beginning the life journey of a man who later commits such horrors as feeding brains to a freshly lobotomised man.