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  • noun Alternative spelling of crystallization.

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  • By adding ‘For Self-government’ at the list we have a fairly good crystalisation of the ideological trinity which is central to the credo of most Welsh nationalists: Social Economic Development; Cultural Restoration and Constitutional Autonomy.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • By adding ‘For Self-government’ at the list we have a fairly good crystalisation of the ideological trinity which is central to the credo of most Welsh nationalists: Social Economic Development; Cultural Restoration and Constitutional Autonomy.

    Brendan Behan, Rhodri Glyn Thomas and Realpolitik (Part 1)

  • Personally I found And I've loudly agitated against Second Life to be the absolute crystalisation of everything I feared about VRs failing to live up to the potential.

    Do virtual worlds liberate us?

  • This culminated in the crystalisation of a liberal wing within the United Party which broke away to form the Progressive Party in 1959.

    AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS NATIONAL GENERAL COUNCIL 2005

  • In paying tribute to our Comrade President, I am addressing not only the unrivalled qualities and achievements of the individual, Oliver Tambo, I am addressing also the man as the crystalisation and personification of what the

    Keynote Address of Comrade Nelson R Mandela, Deputy President of the ANC, to the ANC National Consultative Conference, 14-16 December 1990

  • Lady Gaga is the crystalisation of all the best things about pop music. heywillo Listening to lady gaga, like I always do: P

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  • Presiding over a session on crystalisation of women consciousness in Malayalam literature,

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • It could quite easily be seen as a crystalisation of the attitude of his parent's generation towards the loss of Empire and acts as a complex allegory of an island nation dealing with the secession of nations from the Commonwealth.

    British Blogs

  • It could quite easily be seen as a crystalisation of the attitude of his parent's generation towards the loss of Empire and acts as a complex allegory of an island nation dealing with the secession of nations from the Commonwealth.

    British Blogs

  • They have not been altered by the melting and re-crystalisation that takes place during planetary formation and erosional forces similar to what Earth rocks undergo.

    Universe Today

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