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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of atomize.

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Examples

  • Moreover, with big Colombian cartels broken up and many kingpins in U.S. jails, local participation in the trade has somewhat "atomized," said Salomon Kalmanovitz, an economist and former member of the Colombian Central Bank's board of directors.

    Drugs Fade in Colombian Economy

  • Moreover, with big Colombian cartels broken up and many kingpins in U.S. jails, local participation in the trade has somewhat "atomized," said Salomon Kalmanovitz, an economist and former member of the Colombian Central Bank's board of directors.

    Drugs Fade in Colombian Economy

  • Moreover, with big Colombian cartels broken up and many kingpins in U.S. jails, local participation in the trade has somewhat "atomized," said Salomon Kalmanovitz, an economist and former member of the Colombian Central Bank's board of directors.

    Drugs Fade in Colombian Economy

  • The Mapuches, Cabieses said, were "atomized" just like the rest of society and the most radical Indians had been beaten back and repressed by the police.

    Nikolas Kozloff: Chile's Presidential Election and Future of South American Left

  • Indeed, the U.S. unemployment rate fails to capture what Kauffman Foundation's Kedrosky calls "atomized" forms of employment.

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  • Also shared a vision he has for what he calls the "atomized" church.

    transformission

  • In conclusion, the view that the working class has been "atomized" objectively is simply rubbish.

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  • So, in terms of the Minutemen (Missiles) and Dr. Manhattan (Project) and Watchmen (as in "My father was a watchmaker, but I gave it up when I realized time could not be kept"), Dr. Manhattan returning for his watchin order to be trapped and"atomized" into quantum particles,and the "Doomsday Clock"- and in terms of a product of the 1950's, like Ernie Kovacs, like Dr. Strangelove - like Dr. Manhattan's effort to make sense of the universe in his watchlike Mars palace - Watchmen is a great film, as its inspiration is the greatest of graphic novels.

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  • So, in terms of the Minutemen (Missiles) and Dr. Manhattan (Project) and Watchmen (as in "My father was a watchmaker, but I gave it up when I realized time could not be kept"), Dr. Manhattan returning for his watchin order to be trapped and"atomized" into quantum particles,and the "Doomsday Clock"- and in terms of a product of the 1950's, like Ernie Kovacs, like Dr. Strangelove - like Dr. Manhattan's effort to make sense of the universe in his watchlike Mars palace - Watchmen is a great film, as its inspiration is the greatest of graphic novels.

    Film

  • In the absence of strong central leadership, the rebuilding has atomized into a series of independent neighborhood projects.

    Houses of the Future

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