- n. Plural form of visualization.
“While it's still very early, exit poll results suggest that the pro-GOP swing was relatively widely shared across demographic groups -- here are two New York Times visualizations from the slideshow currently running on their homepage:”
“Maybe all of the kids in all of the classes in all of the schools around here have to sit on cushions on the floor holding hands in a big circle with their eyes closed while their teacher burns incense and strawberry candles and makes them do deep breathing exercises and leads them through these excruciatingly lame things called visualizations.”
“User-friendly behavior modification exercises, such as visualizations and excuse busters”
“I was fortunate to have really great coaches who introduced me to performance enhancing techniques such as visualizations, affirmations and the importance of goal setting.”
“People who are trying to deny the principles from the previous paragraph and invent classically chaotic "visualizations" of the fundamental forces may call themselves independent thinkers or whatever, but that won't change the fact that they misunderstand some very basic insights about all of physics.”
“The default "visualizations" of Windows Media Player wriggled on the screens above.”
“You know the kind of visualizations that you can still see on the XBOX 360?”
“The film consists of after-the-fact interviews with Palestinians who tell ever more horrible stories, and 'visualizations' of events such as tanks crushing Palestinians which even Bakri admits didn't happen:”
“So recently, I was having a chat with my boss about getting some "visualizations" done for a design strategy by our client.”
“And yes, it would be fascinating to hear about other visualizations of the critic!”
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