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


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  • Eco-punk fashion takes on a new edge in these clever design combos - so for the eco-fashionista who refuses to settle for trends, look no further than a stylish spin on discards alchemized into treasures for adornment.

    Abigail Doan | Inhabitat

  • What began as my ambivalence about having another woman's baby has alchemized into a purity of love for both Olivia and Angel Cate, and I realize the longer I love Olivia, the more indebted to Angel Cate I become.

    Joyce McFadden: Donor Egg Love

  • It offered an alembic in which ideas could be shared, alchemized, and expanded upon.

    MIND MELD: If You Could Change Any Aspect of The Science Fiction Field, What Would it Be?

  • These recipes are hatched and alchemized in the more spacious Prospect Heights apartment of Mr. Valand — ‘My apartment fits nothing,’ said Ms. Shea of her Lower East Side place.

    Getting Hopheaded in Brooklyn

  • That one must have somehow slipped by me in 2005, or did it, or was that poison not publicly administered, perhaps husbanded until the homeless were to become a larger specter across the world's once oldest democracy, such as they are in fact today, or perhaps was it just now alchemized as a distraction from the abuses of our financier-criminals.

    Terrorist Threat Revealed!

  • But then all his linkages went, and from aircraft the thing alchemized into sheer weight, beyond the influence of anything except gravity, and it simply fell from the air, straight down into NASCAR Village, nose forward.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • In the years before George Washington Carver alchemized goobers into everything from soap to axle grease, the legumes were sold as hog feed at about a dollar a ton.

    'Mr. America'

  • Baldwin summed up the result of his experience in France: "I found myself, willy-nilly, alchemized into an American the moment I touched French soil."

    James Baldwin & Barack Obama

  • Each of the 10 plays in Wilson's cycle was set in a different decade of the last century, and the most celebrated of the bunch -- his breakthrough hit "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" (1984) and his two Pulitzer Prize winners, "Fences" (1987) and "The Piano Lesson" (1990) -- felt like the blues alchemized into spoken words.


  • Mr. Fisher, in yet another charming gesture at screwing the public, wants to plop his paean to exploitation-alchemized-into-art into the middle of a national park, the Presidio, which somehow seems perfect, since nothing says "natural beauty" to me more than the works of Warhol, Richter, Lichtenstein and Serra.

    Archive 2007-08-01


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