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  • verb Present participle of crystalise.

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Examples

  • The massacre of the Red Caps was the British military's largest single loss of life under enemy fire since the Falklands war and became a defining moment for critics of the Iraq war, crystalising concerns about the wisdom of invading Iraq in the first place.

    Red Cap murders: Baghdad court clears Iraqi pair

  • Two things are now crystalising out of all that potential though.

    Getting real

  • If i had access to organic flowers they'd be in serious trouble: P Im enamoured of one of the books i got called 'cooking with flowers' and there's a gorgeous picture of "Hollyhock and pear salad" i also want to try crystalising my own petals - it looks gorgeous!

    October 8th, 2005

  • Two things are now crystalising out of all that potential though.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • "Rather than focus on 'people need to have a say' arguments," the document states, "we need more tough anti-politics messages – crystalising public distrust and cynicism about contemporary politics."

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • "Rather than focus on 'people need to have a say' arguments," the document states, "we need more tough anti-politics messages – crystalising public distrust and cynicism about contemporary politics."

    A threat nearer home

  • Make no mistake - I am not a content PI - but will wait as long as it takes - not into cutting off my nose to spite my face and crystalising losses - when it is likely that when the JV contract RNS arrives I will be well in paper profit - as most will agree - with the trial run (the MOU RNS) this will be between 15/16 pence.

    The Charleston Gazette -

  • His £16m pay deal is believed to represent the crystalising of several years 'worth of long-term profit-sharing awards.

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