Verb(1) make less natural or unnatural(2) strip of the rights and duties of citizenship
(1) Experts had to denaturalize kinship and make it artificial in order to design it scientifically, but they had to hold their designs up to the mirror of nature to legitimize them culturally.(2) But biotechnology craves to subdue this creativity, to rob nature of its own nature, to denaturalize and dispirit it.(3) And while there are undoubtedly organizations that hate the U.S. and mean harm to Americans, there is no legal basis for denaturalizing Americans merely because they're accused of belonging to such groups.(4) A semiotic slant denaturalizes the canonical status of a work by acknowledging the contingent relationship between the perceived value of the work when it was created and the values of the interpreting culture.(5) McCarran recommended the deployment of the McCarran-Walter Act of 1952, which deported and denaturalized migrant workers whose leaders were found guilty of so-called subversive activities.(6) The court ruled that the evidence in a denaturalization case must be ‘clear, unequivocal, and convincing ‘- a higher standard than that of a typical civil case.’(7) In a briefing with the Sunday Herald, the Home Office said it was to begin investigating the possibility of denaturalising and deporting him.(8) The collected leaflets were transported on ice, to avoid protein denaturalization , and subsequently stored in a Revco freezer set to - 70°C until the moment of allozyme extraction.(9) A common experience for participants in these exercises, attested repeatedly, is the denaturalization of the present that occurs with prolonged exposure to a different way of life.(10) In other words, the natural world becomes visible only to the extent that it has been colored; that is, troped by our desire, which denaturalizes it, turns it into the trope through which it signifies itself.(11) In these texts, confrontations between human and other are ripe with possibilities for denaturalizing the boundaries and allegiances which infuse traditional depictions of the human/non-human dichotomy.(12) Before the denaturalisation of the river even, I recall stretches of wild beauty.(13) As long as he served as an armed guard in the camp and lied about it on his visa application, the court determined, he could be denaturalized .(14) Feminist disability theory is about denaturalizing disability, she said.(15) It is obvious that, in their hunger for the immediate, astonishing and ugly, her square photographs wildly inverted the polished, denaturalized forms prized by the industry she had worked in with her husband.(16) He can also be denaturalised if the Home Secretary considers that ‘it is not conducive to the public good that the person should continue to be a citizen of the UK’.
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