- v deprive of human qualities
- v make mechanical or routine
- s divested of human qualities or attributes
- Ken Livingstone in This is London
In 2001 Mr Livingstone said that "only some ghastly dehumanised moron would want to get rid of the Routemasters", but now only 153 of them remain in operation - down from more than 500 operating on 20 different routes two years ago.
- Ahmad Tejan Kabbah in Independent Online
Conflicts in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea-Bissau and eastern and southern African countries have dehumanised, killed and displaced our people and led to gross abuses and violations of their human rights,Kabbah said in a keynote address to an...
- August-Wilhelm Scheer in Reuters UK
Post-apartheid South Africa has taught all of us that even those who are made into the worst enemies, creating a relationship in which some are brutalised and dehumanised, can overcome the trauma of such a tragedy and the compulsion towards... Salim Ahmed Salim http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salim_Ahmed_Salim&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEUNXORAz3axtRcvKJDRLif5QqWYA Inter Press Service (subscription) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.ipsnews.net/interna.asp%3Fidnews%3D23034&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHCmYOe80yxr1c65SK2CqfHk5Tj6Q Mar 25, 2004
25967 34757 dehumanization The Web creates real relationships and does not result in autism and dehumanization," said Scheer, who admitted he gets nervous when he does not have Internet access while on vacation.