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The European Central Bank's crisis-fighting measures have hit an unexpected snag with the surprise flop of "sterilising" operations to counter the inflationary impact of its eurozone government bond purchases.
RBI resorted to higher CRR as a way of 'sterilising' (referring to taking excess liquidity) unprecedented capital inflow in the last three years up to March 2008, he said.
"sterilising" trade surpluses -- essentially making sure that the dollars earned by exporters would not turn into domestic liquidity and inflation.
I remember noticing a smell that was simultaneously clean and terrifying — that spoke of sterilising, surgery and concealment.
They are meticulous about sterilising her bottles and ensuring that she is never cold.
Muhyiddin Yassin, Malaysia's deputy prime minister, last week announced his government would not be releasing genetically modified male Aedes mosquitoes capable of sterilising female mosquitoes.
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If you want a website that talks about sterilising criminals; please go somewhere else.
He told me that, as a condemned prisoner, I alone had been spared the sterilising injections, and that the restoration of the national birthrate was now my sole duty.
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It's comparing breastfed babies to formula-fed babies from countries where they might not even have an assured water supply or sterilising equipment or electricity, where they might not even have enough formula.
The idea that choosing your mate carefully, and having children or not according to the likely outcome, may improve the human race is one thing; sterilising "mental defectives" is quote another.
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