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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fragilize.
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That includes the Fed, he argued, because the Fed "fragilized this country."
Companies who made mistakes and fragilized the system are being subsidized by the countercyclical ones who make it more robust.
All these numbers are unrealistic, unless laser trapped mirrors proposed by Labeyrie et al (2009) finally succeed (in their present conception there are fragilized by the solar wind).