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  • v. Present participle of crystalize.

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Examples

  • Historically, you have pushback from the idea of crystalizing losses on some of the legacy non-cash interest rate charges and I appreciate fully it's a balancing act.

  • It was a wet cold November 22, 2009, with crystalizing winds spittling freezing breezes across the Hudson, numbing the hundreds of people gathered on the Christopher Street Pier for a candlelit vigil to commemorate the life and the death of Jorge Steven López Mercado.

    Stephanie A. Jones: Out of the Rain, Into the Cathedral

  • A resolve which had been growing, formless, in his mind was now crystalizing into decision.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided

  • I was confusing anyone who disagrees with me about anything as being racists, and I was accusing all 55 million idiots who vote republican as being members of the KKK. for a troglodite you have a beautiful way of crystalizing arguments down to their essential forms. bravo

    Howard Wolfson Goes To War With MSNBC, Hammers Chris Matthews And Keith Olbermann

  • The perception of John McCain as a drama queen is increasingly crystalizing within the electorate.

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • We are in the process of figuring out how to create the 2nd Vloggercon and trying to figure out how to make a conference more conversational, distributed, and bottom up, while still having it be an event with a few key crystalizing moments that create shared experience.

    Exploding the conference business « BuzzMachine

  • Thanks, Carl Bernstein, for crystalizing my suspicions of McCain/Palin.

    The Palin Pick — The Devolution of McCain

  • Praising Zambia's "impressive macroeconomic and agricultural policies," Mogae said that adequate roads as well as energy and communications infrastructure, were crucial in spurring and crystalizing economic development.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It was a rare crystalizing moment when your thinking becomes razor sharp and forces you to stop what you are doing.

    21st Century Roadkill

  • What is crystalizing as my take on the final sequence is in the comments of my original post, though I still go back and forth on it.

    Gerry Canavan

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  • There is the parallel verb 'crystalise' which is listed, but with the present participle 'crystalising' that is currently not listed here.

    June 3, 2012