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- v. Alternative spelling of individualize.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. Same as individualize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make personal or more personal
- v. make or mark or treat as individual
It's important not to individualise the concept of empowerment, says Professor Firdous Azim of Brac University, Dhaka.
While bad teachers are not made good by small classes, and while there is a danger that teachers with small classes sometimes fail to adapt their techniques to individualise the pedagogy having been trained to deal with large ones, particularly for the early years, small is definitely best.
Schools will be still be concerned with learning and teaching, still regarding most learning as a collaborative activity where students construct their own learning, but with many opportunities for on-line learning which will individualise the curriculum to some extent.
Comprehensive approaches to this challenge should individualise cases taking into account circumstances of each case.
For brides who want to individualise their place setting to match a specific colour scheme, can 'design their own' from a choice of 6 boxes, 12 ribbons and 25 decorations - giving a choice from 1800 options.
You don't have to cut the headline rate of tax at all, at least not immediately, because what you do is individualise tax by offering breaks for all manner of things instead, and you let individuals take responsibility for paying it.
I hope more games start to offer the kind of clothing variety seen in PP, it's such an easy way for players to individualise themselves.
Samwu said in a Cosatu document, which contained a range of proposals on various government service delivery issues, that prepaid meters served to individualise problems of poverty and the inability of people to pay for the service.
Their imaginations individualise more, their affections are, in consequence, concentrated rather on leaders than on causes ....
You have the characteristics in which all of the _genus_ partake as common ground, and then you individualise your object by showing in what it differs from the others of the genus.