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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of geometrize.

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Examples

  • One abbreviate way of characterizing the dual role of the gμÎ" is to say that in the general theory of relativity, gravitation, which includes mechanics, has become "geometrized", i.e., incorporated into the geometry of spacetime.

    Early Philosophical Interpretations of General Relativity

  • Paul Klee's geometrized color-band depictions of nature as process and metamorphosis come to mind, but Bandau's aerial structures seem more about spiritual freedom and exaltation despite their somber palettes, despite the arduous labor they demand than rootedness.

    ArtScene: Joachim Bandau and Cornelia Schulz Deliver Optical Pleasure with Intellectual Vigor

  • Their unorthodox manner of philosophical argument, cloaked, perhaps necessarily, in the language of differential geometry, has tended to conceal or obscure conclusions about the significance of a "geometrized physics" that push in considerably different directions from either instrumentalism or scientific realism.

    Early Philosophical Interpretations of General Relativity

  • Quickly there was a population explosion such as was entirely appropriate in a Catholic country, and the progenitor drops multiplied and geometrized into a blinding, deafening horde.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • Einstein had geometrized a major branch of physics.

    RELATIVITY

  • Man is simply not the measure in romantic landscape painting, or in the new type of “English” garden (not geometrized nor ordered by human hand as in “classical” gardens), or in those gigantic philosophies of history projected by a Herder,

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • He also thought in conic sections, squares and roots and ratios, and geometrized like Euclid.

    Pragmatism

  • The striking geometrized designs lend visual excitement to the freewheeling silliness and supernatural adventures.

    latimes.com - News

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