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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of politicise.

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Examples

  • Words acquire semantic meanings, and that politicises them.

    Morality and the liberal

  • The true value of such as these is that it politicises many folks, in that more and more will return home and continue the work in their own communities.

    Huge Antiwar Demonstration in DC

  • The true value of such as these is that it politicises many folks, in that more and more will return home and continue the work in their own communities.

    Why Demonstrate

  • "A walk-out politicises the office of the speaker and fundamentally threatens free and open debate."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Tony Abbott politicises sorry day with calls for Labor to back his Wild Rivers bill TONY Abbott has used the anniversary of a landmark report on the stolen generations to suggest Labor's indigenous policies are failing.

    The Australian | News |

  • First it politicises the people, something which is a precondition for any major progressive agenda.

    The Guardian World News

  • We hope that the second Barroso Commission politicises the Commission in a specific way, which is to say like a grand coalition government, between socialists, liberals and Christians. "euronews:" Will he manage to shed this label he's been given, mostly by the left in the European Parliament, of this being an excessively neo-liberal Commission? "euronews:" This Commission is less neo-liberal than the one before.

    euronews

  • Claude Moraes, a Labour MEP for London, told The times that the move 'deeply politicises and embarrasses the Queen'.

    Home | Mail Online

  • I mean, just imagine how it would feel to receive, as a cancer patient or an immediate family member, a leaflet which politicises the problem to the point of suggesting that your care would be jeapordised by voting for another party.

    The Coffee House | Politics and News Discussion Forum

  • We hope that the second Barroso Commission politicises the Commission in a specific way, which is to say like a grand coalition government, between socialists, liberals and Christians. "euronews:" Will he manage to shed this label he's been given, mostly by the left in the European Parliament, of this being an excessively neo-liberal Commission? "euronews:" This Commission is less neo-liberal than the one before.

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