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Noun1.feminisation - the process of becoming feminized; the development of female characteristics (loss of facial hair or breast enlargement) in a male because of hormonal disorders or castration
pathologic process, pathological process - an organic process occurring as a consequence of disease
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There is feminisation of agriculture sector because of growing migration of men from rural to urban areas.
Transformation Street UTV, 9pm FACTUAL This week we meet author Juno, who was born male but plans to undergo feminisation surgery.
Elsewhere, Danni, 34, a former Army Commando, is awaiting facial feminisation surgery, and tells of her marriage breakdown after announcing to wife, Sue, that she wanted to be a woman after just five months.
Selon des sources citees vendredi par Assabahnews, il s'agit en premier lieu et dans le cadre du rajeunissement et de feminisation de l'attelage gouvernemental, des deux deputes du mouvement a l'ARP representant les expatries tunisiens en Italie, Imen Ben Mohamed et Oussama Essghaier, ainsi que de Saida Lounissi, representant ceux de France.
Partial contents: "Vocational Training for Liushou Women in Rural China: Development by Design," by Hongxia Shan, Zhiwen Liu, & Ling Li; "The Feminisation of Migration and the Migrants VET Policy Neglects: The Case of Skilled Women Secondary Migrants in Australia," by Sue Webb; "Celebrity Chefs and Masculinities among Male Cookery Trainees in Vocational Education," by Anne Mia Steno & Nanna Friche; "Some Boys' Problems in Education--What Is the Role of VET?
3 million) because of the government's feminisation programme, said a report.
Quand on etudie le vocabulaire concernant la feminisation des noms de metiers en frangais, alors on pense a la feminisation de la societe qui a apporte des changements dans la langue.
The skills of Faure and Gorin are expected to add value to Avanquest's new strategic orientation, it said and added that the appointments will contribute towards the feminisation of the company's board, to reflect the increasingly important role of women in the digital sector.
The notion of feminisation of a profession signifies a variety of meanings.
Adding to this the author has experimented with languaging and introduced hyphens and feminisation of words with great impact.
Research carried out by the University of Exeter has shown that pesticides are contributing to the feminisation of our rivers.
Dr David Bailey, chairman of the British Medical Association's Welsh GP Committee, said: "The feminisation of the workforce is good for patients in terms of the service they receive because there is choice.