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  • n. Alternative form of catalyzer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Christoph Schlingensief's Parsifal was a kind of catalyser, "Emmerich said about the director's impact on Bayreuth.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • However, we would be failing in our responsibilities as the ANC parliamentary caucus if we simply left matters there, basking in a justifiable sense of satisfaction and pride in this infrastructure spend that has been (and will continue to be) the key catalyser of growth and job creation.

    Speech by Jeremy Cronin, Chairperson of Portifolio Committee on Transport, during the Appropriation Bill Debate

  • SURFnet has been a catalyser in the Dutch development of internet.

    Archive 2008-07-24

  • The doctor had just been thinking about a certain catalyser but now he looked up in startlement as he saw Tu-poa burst in on him.

    Blockade, Lepso

  • Diriger et catalyser les installations de formation aux techniques du ferrociment dcrites dans la huitime recommendation.

    Chapter 13

  • Though it has been shown that lipase acts as a true catalyser, this may not hold for all, especially for proteolytic, enzymes.

    The Scientific Monthly, October-December 1915

  • To get this _protobion_ the chemists summon a reagent known as a catalyser.

    The Breath of Life

  • A catalyser introduced in the primordial jelly liberates energy and gives the substance power to break up the various complex unstable compounds into food, and promote growth and subdivision.

    The Breath of Life

  • By developing a large-scale archiving architecture in Europe and competences that come with it, the European Archive intends to be a catalyser in the development of skills and know-how in the domain of preservation and access to digital collections.

    WN.com - Financial News

  • These bikes are also equipped with large capacity muffler and catalyser for cleaner exhaust.

    The Hindu - Front Page

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