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- v. Present participle of physicalize.
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She decried the “physicalizing” of psychology; it seemed almost as if she was censuring psychologists for applying quantitative tools to their discipline.
LONDON: But the instructors say physicalizing education can make it come alive.
Blunt has a way of diving into every moment headlong, physicalizing each interaction.
Yet this intermissionless two-hour rendition makes the debatable choice of lessening the role of the central man's disagreeable servant Appolon to where he barely exists, transforming the man's snooty friends into male-model caricatures which exist only in projections and voice-overs, then conversely (and perversely) hyper-physicalizing the plight of the play's only major female character, the prostitute Liza.
Though she's regarded by many as the mother of modern dance, her real power wasn't in her technique or innovative choreography-it was in her charismatic expressiveness, her deeply personal connection to the music she was physicalizing.
And of course you never know if they’re legit or not, but there were some interesting stories in terms of like physicalizing the gift.