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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hyperpolarize.

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  • * Good read: Adam Nagourney watches the whole Nevada debate through the prism of our hyperpolarized national clash of competing philosophies about government.

    Happy Hour Roundup

  • In panel discussions, most attendees said they did not expect an independent third party to take root, despite the frustration many voters feel about the current hyperpolarized system.

    Elected Officials Launch Group To Combat Partisanship

  • In panel discussions, most attendees said they did not expect an independent third party to take root, despite the frustration many voters feel about the current hyperpolarized system.

    Elected Officials Launch Group To Combat Partisanship

  • In panel discussions, most attendees said they did not expect an independent third party to take root, despite the frustration many voters feel about the current hyperpolarized system.

    Elected Officials Launch Group To Combat Partisanship

  • In panel discussions, most attendees said they did not expect an independent third party to take root, despite the frustration many voters feel about the current hyperpolarized system.

    Elected Officials Launch Group To Combat Partisanship

  • “New sources of value are laying the groundwork for an entirely new media value chain; one which leverages micromedia to deliver personalized, post-branded attentionstreams of chunked and microchunked disposable and essential media to communities of connected yet ever more hyperpolarized consumers.”

    More Web 2.0 Wanking « Squash

  • Talk radio and television, print punditry, and especially the blogosphere will be in Category Five mode over a development that lands right in the sweet spot linking the two hyperpolarized worlds of partisan politics and climate science.

    What does Gore's Nobel mean?

  • Talk radio and television, print punditry, and especially the blogosphere will be in Category Five mode over a development that lands right in the sweet spot linking the two hyperpolarized worlds of partisan politics and climate science.

    Archive 2007-10-07

  • Whether that can happen with this hyperpolarized Congress is unclear.

    Ars Technica

  • Whether that can happen with this hyperpolarized Congress is unclear.

    Ars Technica

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