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Sterilization can refer to:
- The elimination of microbiological organisms to achieve asepsis, a sterile microbial environment
- A medical technique that intentionally leaves a person unable to reproduce
- Sterilization (economics), a term referring to central bank operations aimed at neutralizing foreign exchange operations' impact on domestic money supply and to generally offset potentially adverse consequences of large capital flows.
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