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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of physicalize.


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  • What AMD offers with Lisbon is a lower performance, lower power, and lower cost alternative for x86 customers who still want the fairly wide range of dynamic performance/watt scaling that the emerging class of radically different "physicalized" designs can offer.

    Ars Technica

  • Even here, however, the "physicalizations of possibility" would need to be inherent in the poem itself, represented in its formal turns and rhetorical processes but not necessarily literally "physicalized."


  • I thought, how can I find a sound that feels physicalized?

    Cynthia Ellis: Tribeca Film Festival Interview: Andy Serkis Is Ian Dury in Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.

  • It's a Paglenian geography physicalized into a new hanging garden.

    The Hanging Cemetery of Babylon

  • He´s so heavily medicated, and then at that moment, which Joe so brilliantly wrote, in a physicalized form–one thing Joe really wanted was for the contact to fall out of my eyes and for me to look at myself and I have one blue eye and one brown eye and I have no idea who I am.

    Buzzine » Jeremy Piven & Common Sense

  • Magnetism is the highest form of physicalized power in the universe.

    Supreme Personality

  • Jessica Nicoll and Barry Oreck, veterans of physicalized black comedy, team up with the improvisational actors Laura Livingston and Mike Durkin for a bit of we-couldn't-make-this-stuff-up social commentary called "They Might Be Napping."

    The New Yorker

  • Though he has a nice singing voice and physicalized his characters well, he never once smiled. stories

  • Both of these places have been laser scanned, and their ghostly digital facsimiles await to be physicalized.


  • All environments in CryENGINE 3 can be dynamically physicalized, regardless of their nature

    Voodoo Extreme


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