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- v. Alternative spelling of crystallize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
- v. cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form
- v. assume crystalline form; become crystallized
- v. cause to take on a definite and clear shape
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"The ministry is committed to timely implementation of eXtensible Business Reporting Language, and finalizing its taxonomy and business rules will help crystalise the initiative," said D.K. Mittal, secretary of the corporate affairs ministry.
The press conference shows Obama's plan for re-election beginning to crystalise as he portrays himself as the champion of job creation and the Republicans as obstructionist champions of the rich.
To crystalise those losses before the end of the tax year would require the full loss to be taken over to the public P&L account and increase the size of the deficit, not reduce it.
The wedding did help crystalise something I have been thinking about all week.
It probably won't convince the die-hards, but for many it might crystalise their thoughts and allow more people to openly challenge the status quo and call religion what it is - superstitious claptrap that has got the world into a whole heap of trouble - and continues so to do.
June Sarpong, genial and with a knack to crystalise sensible answers in a few words.
More and more I'm seeing blogs as tools used by professionals to crystalise their thoughts and communicate them to their peers for comment.
It has been a great source of hope and support, and, without saying too much at this point, it has helped to crystalise something imprtant for me.
Provided these did not crystalise into factions, they were allowed.
Their attitudes to the coalition axe crystalise the difference between them as sharply as does the youth-versus-experience theme.