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n. decapacitación, proceso que previene que la espermatozoa pase por el proceso de capacitación.
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He argues that capitalist development, especially the rise of monocrop economies, and the loss of political autonomy that came with imperialism, led to state decapacitation and the destruction of moral economies that once had ensured food entitlements.
Many of these areas suffered from droughts or other devastations less as a result of state decapacitation but, rather, from the very empowerment of the state that resulted from the flow of Western arms into the continent.