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To fix that, some cooks boil them before roasting, which completely denatures the meat.
The production on the latest record (aided in places by TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek) is fairly abstract, with sprinkled layers of backing vocals, denatured guitar feedback and dub-like gaps carved out of the music.
By using delays and adding sine tones, the composer denatured the original recordings.
One of their ingredients was denatured ethyl alcohol, which is very common in perfumes.
What runs in The New York Times isn’t unreal, but much of it is filtered through a narrative so unbending that the irregular components of reality emerge as processed and denatured as loaves of bread on a factory line.
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