- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of harmonize.
“In the name of harmonizing our laws with other countries, Congress is about to dramatically diminish the patent protections offered to American innovators over the history of our Republic.”
“Through WPA reports, YMCA secretaries were successful in harmonizing treatment between different prison camps within the same country by making the Ministries of War aware of problems.”
“He meant that the Supreme Court plays an important role in harmonizing conflicting constitutional interpretations about the constitutionality of state statutes.”
“Multiple sources of background noise "harmonizing" -- who's studied this, and what did they find?”
“He recalls harmonizing with his parents and older sister Sally, also a musician.”
“Austria opposes raising retirement ages, while Ireland rejects the idea of harmonizing the corporate tax base, both measures Germany had advocated.”
“Their harmonizing is a delight to hear, along with the fine guitar-based arrangements, on contains a generous selection of mostly familiar tunes played by George”
“House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-MA) will chair the conference committee charged with "harmonizing" the House and Senate bills and has provisionally named conferees, largely on the basis of seniority.”
“MarketWatch points out one component of any new circuit-breaker system, "harmonizing" them across all the exchanges:”
“PFCs work by "harmonizing" the flow of current making the interchange of energy between power source and device more efficient.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘harmonizing’.
poetry in motion - words at work.
Poetry in motion
Looking for tweets for harmonizing.