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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of impersonalize.
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It is sad, really, another example of the right's impersonalized inhumanity.
True Divinity represents the impersonalized Grand Organized Design of the universe -- the intelligently governed, general universal order, hidden from the awareness of most people's ordinary sensory experiences.
Who can put a price on the psychological and social damage wrought by catastrophic disservices of our bureaucratized and impersonalized schools and colleges?
Feature article characterizing "the new veterans" as "disquieting, machine-like products of their special time, and products particularly of the impersonalized, low-pressure but deadly war that they have been waging."
The proliferation of DRTV media outlets, agencies and brokers has brought intense competition, fragmentation and impersonalized dealings to the marketplace.
The impersonalized atmosphere of the classroom does not make one feel welcome to learn; one also may feel that their attendance is not necessary.
"So it's quite obvious," Nex was just saying, "that specialization leads to an impersonalized approach and actually suppresses the individuality.