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- v. To make rigorous; for example, to add further detail or elaborate on a proof or demonstration.
He chose a grid to “ruthlessly rigorize” the material.
It finds its ˜raison d™Ãªtre™ in the need to rigorize the calculus moving away from the unclarities related to such notions as
In order to rigorize this idea, the important thing to notice about all these surfaces is that, if you're a small enough ant living on one of these surfaces, it looks indistinguishable from a flat plane.
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