become habituated

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They become habituated to various money transactions including borrowing loans from different public and private commercial banks for purchasing bulls alongside repaying those in due time.
Animals such as black bears or foxes looking for an easy meal will become habituated or accustomed to humans if a source of food or garbage is readily available.
"There is also a danger that the birds will become habituated to people, which is detrimental for the birds in the long term.
Since the 9/11 attacks in New York, we have become habituated to being searched each time we enter a building.
The "deep states" of both countries have become habituated to the perks and privileges of office for too long to be intimidated into accepting retirement by "people power" alone.
They may pick up germs in captivity or become habituated to feedings and unnatural foods.
The changes have been so rapid that it is easy to forget where we are and how we got there--and what constraints exist to which we have become habituated.
"It can represent for some people the state that they become habituated to.
When people become habituated to attending Sunday mass in malls, they might go to parish churches only when the latter resemble the convenient and comfortable ambience of supermall chapels.
If the animal is thought to be releasable, it is kept away from the public so that it does not become habituated to humans.
When children and teachers become habituated in this exercise, a plan can be made for the school and its surroundings.
Jan Nijhuis, a co-author of the study and an obstetrician." He and his colleagues found that 30-week-old fetuses had a memory of 10 minutes and with each round of stimulation they were able to become habituated to the sound faster.