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- n. An act of harmonizing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of harmonizing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of harmonizing, or the state of being harmonized. Also spelled harmonisation.
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- n. singing in harmony
- n. a piece of harmonized music
One point must be very distinctly understood, namely, that what we call harmonization of a melody cannot be admitted as forming any part of folk song.
Was ever a word so misused as to take two taxes and call it harmonization?
I think harmonization is a feature because it's my understanding that the French and Germans have from the beginning of the EEC sought harmonization to prevent conflict.
This attempt to conform to other countries is called "harmonization," which is a melodious word for "succumbing to peer pressure."
David: If music school taught me anything, it's that four-part chorale harmonization is at least as arcane and specialized as anything Schoenberg came up with.
In my view, harmonization is about producing harmony.
Such coordination, sometimes referred to as harmonization, is sometimes misunderstood as intrusive and prescriptive, but it does not necessarily have to be so.
This is known as the harmonization of environmental standards.
It must be taken into account that it is naturally difficult for the woman to adapt herself to the man in the sexual relationship, that there is a natural unevenness of physical and psychological rhythms, so that there is a need for harmonization, which is impossible without good will, especially on the part of the man, who must carefully observe the reactions of the woman.
There's international harmonization, which is a global effort of governments, and in fact, I worked on some of that when I was with FDA for the global harmonization of inspections.
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