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neuter in Birth topic

neuterneuter2 verb [transitive]  1 MBHBAto remove part of the sex organs of an animal so that it cannot produce babiesspay a neutered tomcat2 to remove power from something or to stop something from being effective – used to show disapproval Plans to reform local government are designed to neuter local democracy.→ See Verb table
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neuterIf the source can not be located or suppressed, then at least its effect can be neutered.The asterisk, to my mind, was emblematic of the neutering of Iron Mike.Spaying and neutering pets is the easiest way to cure that problem.He would keep it by neutering Steve Jobs.I think it was the neutering that made us equal, even in the eyes of our professors.If she had neutered the quick of mystery in platitude before, she was smothering it with symbols now.The better way to handle the situation is to render the cats infertile without actually neutering them.If they're neutered they don't smell.