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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of alchemize.


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  • Part printmaker and part sculptor, Benarcik searches for evidence of life in the most basic organic materials and then cleverly alchemizes these finds into assemblages of deep patterning and hypnotic rhythm.

    Abigail Doan | Inhabitat

  • Play "absolutely alchemizes learning, rather than hampers it," said Hutchison.

    Advocates: Importance of play time for children neglected

  • He also alchemizes an obviously troubled childhood -- divorce, alcoholism, drug addiction -- into a "fabulous" one, "the kind Norman Rockwell captures in his pictures."

    Michael Sigman: The Newtiness of Newt

  • Some cycling fans discover the lore of the Lanterne Rouge and become captivated by how it rewards fruitless struggle and alchemizes failure into a kind of success.

    The Tour's Master of Last Place

  • For the genius absorbs and alchemizes not only the industry of his silent partners, but also their ability and enthusiasm.

    The Joyful Heart


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