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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of massify.

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Examples

  • Middle-class advertising should be "massified," while avoiding down-market tone and manner.

    Tom Doctoroff: How Marketers Can Win During China's "Recession"

  • I think the big problem here is that newspapers could become the first victims of what Alvin Toffler described exactly 30 years ago in his seminal book “The Third Wave” as the age of the “de-massified media.”

    I’m not the only doomsayer « BuzzMachine

  • "George is going for the massified, glossy-magazine audience," says Podhoretz.

    A Hip Mag For The C-Span Set

  • The National Youth Service Program must be massified as a critical component of government policy.

    Speech by Adv. T M Masutha, Chairperson of the Social Development PC, to the Youth Parliament

  • If there are any useful parallels here to rl, they're most certainly in the art world itself: Accessible, massified art forms always overshadow those on the edges, those that are intelligent, insightful, skilled and innovative.

    Exhibiting Art in Virtual Spaces

  • "During the next two years, the EPWP will be massified to reach a target of 50,000 job opportunities," said Padayachee.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • (The importance of the individual against the massified and the collective is actually one of the most important lessons to have been imparted by the 20th century.)

    The V.F. Century

  • Building the black intelligentsia - improving high-level skills and capacity for research and development: The development of a massified higher education system, i.e. one that is increased in size to absorb a greater proportion of eligible 20-24 year olds, broadened to accommodate increasing numbers of mature learners, women and those from rural communities and the disabled, has long been a goal of the democratic movement.

    AGENDA FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION

  • Building the black intelligentsia - improving high-level skills and capacity for research and development: The development of a massified higher education system, i.e. one that is increased in size to absorb a greater proportion of eligible 20-24 year olds, broadened to accommodate increasing numbers of mature learners, women and those from rural communities and the disabled, has long been a goal of the democratic movement.

    Social transformation

  • People degenerate politically and are massified when they are subjected to technologies expanded merely for profits and power, ecological thoughtlessness, bureaucratic administration, self-accrediting Establishments, party machines.

    A Letter to John Lindsay

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