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- v. To become, or cause to become, oriented toward mass production, mass consumption, and high throughput rather than individuality.
- v. To use as a mass noun.
He said recommendations were eagerly awaited from maritime experts as to how government could harness and efficiently "massify" the use of this resource for short sea transportation.
Perkins 14 is a collaborative effort from the horror community and massify.com.
He also talked about how the film came in to fruition through massify.com, which is a unique production concept.
So massify that, bring the wills and desires and story-telling instincts of a thousand other people into the picture.
"The education budget cannot be decreased at this point because of the backlogs and the report of the commission (on higher education) that we need to ` massify 'education."
-- Until March 8, 2010, writers and filmmakers are invited to submit pitches for a high-concept, male-driven comedy by submitting a title, logline, synopsis, and written scene on www. massify.com/lionsgate -- The Lionsgate development team will then select one concept to be produced into a short film.
It's easy to massify the higher education system, but access must be coupled with success.