Did you possibly mean realizing?
- v. present participle of realise.
“Really, the only horror is in realising how truly heartbreaking this tale is.”
“Pete – there is something so liberating in realising you are just NOT UP to something.”
“In 2006 JISC committed GBP15 million towards Digital Repositories and Preservation activity, to support the UK educational community in realising the benefits of digital repositories, and as part of this work JISC has established JISC RepositoryNet”
“Then I had one baby and quickly thought again realising what hard work it must be to do everything for one baby and then have to do it all over again for another one at 3am.”
“For some reason (a reason which I seem to be alone in realising on boards across the interweb) this teaser has pissed me off.”
“As mentioned, Wilson did not succeed in realising his visions.”
“During World War II, he took part in realising that potential, an activity which, as a moral person, he felt bound to justify by arguing that Hitler must be prevented from developing an atom bomb first.”
“Consumers Gas has come a long way in realising our visions of being "a fully integrated utility and energy services company.”
“How successful have we been in realising these aims?”
“We succeeded in realising a much better up-putting, for the same money, in the house of a Mrs. Miles and Mrs. Page, - English people,”
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