- v. Simple past tense and past participle of realize.
- adj. successfully completed or brought to an end
“_especially since the capital article of the ministerial programme_, i.e. _electoral reform, was not realized, nor near being realized_.”
“Nothing else on the album sounds like "Crazy," a testament to the varied talents of Danger Mouse and Cee-lo Green, and the label realized it by refraining from releasing a second single until "Crazy" was out for nine months -- a rare strategy.”
“Which of course, I promptly realized, is exactly what will pay off as one ages: beauty fades, but a mind constantly energized will shine even brighter with age.”
“Former administrator Griffin realized that no congress can be tied by their predecessor and neither can any President.”
“I have my break down moments, and the one thing I realized is allow them to happen!”
“Kate Gosselin realized it had been hours since her face appeared on television, so she high-tailed it to the Today show this morning to make sure no one ever stops talking about her ever.”
“Or maybe the ZeroAdmin realized that folks are catching on”
“Later that year, amid Russia's worst post-Soviet economic crisis, Mr. Yeltsin realized Mr. Chernomyrdin's value and tried to reappoint him, but parliament rejected the move.”
“What I have realized is that this kind of appeal has no effect anymore and people have become accustomed to seeing families separated.”
“One thing I realized is going the cheap way is not the end of the world especially when the alternative means you may have to come out of pocket in the thousands of dollars range.”
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