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- v. Variant of crystallize.
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- v. Alternative spelling of crystallize.
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- v. assume crystalline form; become crystallized
- v. cause to take on a definite and clear shape
- v. cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form
- v. make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
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Beyond fundraising, Rachel credits the experience and dedication of her team with helping the nascent project crystalize.
Process can emerge and vanish, concept can crystalize, shatter, and reform.
Northrop, however, managed to crystalize three digestive enzymes, pepsin, trypsin and chymotrypsin, and by painstaking experiments shown them to be pure proteins.
I pity the fool that believes this - watch 'When Harry met Sally' and this will crystalize my arguement.
But the equity issue going forward is of paramount importance, and I do think the idea of a total carbon budget helps to crystalize the issue.
This goes beyond paying taxes - it includes an adherence to obeying laws which crystalize the values of the indigenous society.
We would love for 'Hide/Seek' to do what it attempts to do, which is to crystalize a presence which becomes basis for an opposition against the politics that we abhor.
It will be in the 30s, but will still remain well above freezing so your tears won't crystalize.
This is one of those Rule of Thumb (RoT) things, that seems so obvious when you finally read, that you wish you had thought of it yourself (as I do) as it help crystalize thinking on ethics.
That during his tenure, he allowed the extreme elements on the right to crystalize (kristolize) a delusion of being above the law?