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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vocalize.

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Examples

  • Even though the Nietzschean themes and deep pathology are present in the movie, they are far more contrived in the film version, making discussion of the philosophical complexities less seamless, but the fact they can still be vocalized is proof of the filmmaker’s commitment to be loyal to the ideas of Watchmen.

    “Watchmen” reduces themes, expectations » Scene-Stealers

  • But this person, Mark Wright is obviously extending the idea of vocalized music beyond sort of the medieval tradition.

    Yo-Yo Ma Seeks Online Collaborators

  • Their alphabet captured consonants, leaving readers to infer the vowels that should be vocalized between these consonants.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Walz, who directed much of her testimony to the issue of Maximum Achievable Control Technology MACT Standards, vocalized that her company Tri-State "supports good environmental regulations, but, firmly believes that the MACT rule goes beyond EPA authority and over-regulates coal fired power plants."

    Marcia G. Yerman: Do Americans Really Have to Choose between Health and Energy?

  • So when you're a brilliant 20-something with vocalized goals beyond the cubicle, watch out.

    Shaena Henry: The Devil Wears Puma: When Mediocrity and Ambition Collide

  • He opened the Wednesday-evening set with two dark, minor-y pieces, Mr. Copland's "'Round She Goes" and his own "Vertical Hold," before alighting on the show's only standard, a sweet-toned, highly vocalized reading of Walter Gross 's "Tenderly" that showed a deep understanding of standards-and-ballad playing.

    The Jazz Scene: Big Bands and Bombshells

  • Ms. LYNDA TRAN (Spokeswoman, Organizing for America Project): People who have vocalized that they're going to be heading to the rally are generally progressive, and they're going to be a lot of young people who are out there, who have certainly had a really strong relationship with the president.

    Democrats Hope To Benefit From Stewart's Rally

  • The students will blurt out answers and the reluctant reader will find his answers being vocalized by others.

    Reluctant Readers (copy)

  • Here are the first lines of “Owning Sylvia Plath” as vocalized through a reader of her poems.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Louise Lawler's audio recording "Birdcalls" 1972-81 is barely tethered to reality: Ms. Lawler "vocalized the names of male artists as sounds that mimic birds, transforming names synonymous with success into mating calls."

    Observing Fine Birds And Fine Feathers

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