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naturalize

(năch′ər-ə-līz′, năch′rə-)
v. natural·ized, natural·izing, natural·izes
v.tr.
To introduce and establish (a species) in an environment to which it is not native: European birds that became naturalized in North America.
v.intr.
To become naturalized or acclimated.

nat′u·ral·iz′a·ble adj.
nat′u·ral·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Also included was a repeated-measure variable made up of the type of social category (naturalizable vs entitative).
Given that the response is dichotomic, an index of essentialization was created for naturalizable and entitative categories.
The main hypothesis of the research presented here postulated that there was a greater degree of essentialization for naturalizable categories (sex, age and race) than for entitative categories (religion, nationality, economic and social condition, and political beliefs).
Having demonstrated a greater degree of essentialization of naturalizable categories, the next step was to measure the global index of essentialization by comparing responses from the three different countries by using an ANOVA.
In figure 1 it can be seen that these results are confirmed via a group analysis of naturalizable and entitative categories that uses a factorial ANOVA of repeated measures.
Nunca, ademas, debera aceptarse eso de que todo es naturalizable, es decir, desplegable en explicacion--explicacion cientifica--, sino que ambos conceptos solo pueden ser expresivos de lo que he llamado el espesor y la sacramentalidad.