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  • noun Plural form of polarization.

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Examples

  • I think this is an important endeavor because the underlying issues are extremely important, particularly in this political moment in which the Palestinian people are poised to take a big leap forward in their quest for freedom, and maybe -- I hope -- the attempted clarification could help move the discussion away from the pre-existing polarizations, which I think are counter-productive to the cause of human freedom.

    Robert Naiman: Occupying Political Space for Palestinian Nonviolent Resistance

  • One of the most eminent and closely involved members of the Consilium which supervised the reform process, Cardinal Antonelli can help us to understand the inner polarizations that influenced the different decisions of the Reform and help us to be courageous in improving or changing that which was erroneously introduced and which appears to be incompatible with the true dignity of the Liturgy.

    Archbishop Ranjith's Foreword to "True Development of the Liturgy"

  • Our legislatures are subject to the polarizations of politics and the pressures of special interest groups.

    The Courts

  • The only entities that benefit from these polarizations are the extremes, and the media reporting them.

    TEXAS FAITH: What was the right response to the South Park satire - and to the threat it sparked? | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • If more IDers would think like you, and give up the anthropomorphic projection of human-like mentality as explanations for the universe, I think radical new theories could be discussed and evaluated without the destructive polarizations we see in these debates.

    Bunny and a Book

  • "There are certain issues that have the opportunity to break through our entrenched polarizations," he said, "and I think immigration is one of them."

    Evangelicals Find New Unity On Immigration

  • Although most optical light is unpolarized – consisting of light with an equal mix of all polarizations – the extreme bending of energetic particles around a magnetic field line can polarize light.

    World-wide Campaign Sheds New Light on Nature's "LHC" | Universe Today

  • Herding is the second characteristic, defined by polarizations around the most anxious forces.

    TEXAS FAITH: Obama, Congress, CEOs and leadership styles | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • If more IDers would think like you, and give up the anthropomorphic projection of human-like mentality as explanations for the universe, I think radical new theories could be discussed and evaluated without the destructive polarizations we see in these debates.

    Bunny and a Book

  • If more IDers would think like you, and give up the anthropomorphic projection of human-like mentality as explanations for the universe, I think radical new theories could be discussed and evaluated without the destructive polarizations we see in these debates.

    Bunny and a Book

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