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domesticating

In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives. Some of these examples may show the adjective use.

Rather, perennial grain breeders are pursuing two parallel strategies: domesticating promising wild perennials and hybridizing annual crops with perennial relatives.
Domesticating the street: the contested spaces of the high street and the mall.
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Therefore, it is necessary to develop tools aimed at conserving the genetic resources of these species and/or domesticating the most useful species.
The modern law of religious freedom is celebrated for its unruliness; hence the need for domesticating theory may seem urgent.
It may be too ambitious to attempt domesticating some varieties, but certainly flat fish, such as turbot, can be controlled.
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Fish farming is the first move towards domesticating fish.
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They also began domesticating plants such as maize and squash, probably at dooryard gardens.
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Undomesticated herds were chosen to become more controllable for the proto-pastoralist nomadic hunter and gatherer groups by taming and domesticating them.
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The fears among the upper classes for this uncontrolled force were eased by domesticating the police in stories explicitly devoted to them.
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The animals' size, temperament, diet, mating patterns, and life span were factors in the desire and success in domesticating animals.
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Domesticating learning technologies in a higher education institution: a tale of two virtual learning environments.
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Domesticating aquatic species involves fewer risks to humans than land animals, which took a large toll in human lives.
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After the war, the idea of domesticating the moose was pursued again, with the focus on agricultural use.
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Peoples in this area also started the first signs of domesticating animal and plant life.
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His interests include reading, and domesticating dogs and snakes.
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