from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make dual.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make or regard as two.
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He then returns to the external parts associated with the torso and limbs of the live bearing and egg laying quadrupeds, birds, and fish; and ends by discussing a number of animals that ˜dualize™ between being land-dwellers and water dwellers or flyers.
Occasionally he is paired with Wind; and in the curious tendency of the poets to dualize their divinities, the two become a compound,
Start with D2-branes, compactify one transverse dimensions X1 on a circle, and T-dualize this circle X1.
Before you T-dualize X1 to obtain D3-branes from D2-branes, twist the remaining six coordinates X4 ...
The protesters visited the State House of Assembly and Government House, where they appealed to Governor Adams Oshiomhole to prevail on the Federal Government to reconstruct the Benin-Lagos expressroad and also dualize the Benin-Okene expressroad.
Meehan, who supports a plan to dualize Route 90, said losing a major artery for a possible evacuation "still shows how vulnerable we are."