politicization love

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  • noun The state of being politicized

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Examples

  • In neighboring Kyrgyzstan, independent political observer Mars Sariev expresses concern over what he calls the politicization of Islam.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • In neighboring Kyrgyzstan, independent political observer Mars Sariev expresses concern over what he calls the politicization of Islam.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • In neighboring Kyrgyzstan, independent political observer Mars Sariev expresses concern over what he calls the politicization of Islam.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • In neighboring Kyrgyzstan, independent political observer Mars Sariev expresses concern over what he calls the politicization of Islam.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • The Union of Concerned Scientists, for example, maintains an "A to Z" list on its Web site of "case studies" in what it calls the politicization of science under Mr. Bush, like his decision to devote federal money to programs promoting abstinence education despite studies showing that such programs have limited effectiveness.

    GetReligion

  • In neighboring Kyrgyzstan, independent political observer Mars Sariev expresses concern over what he calls the politicization of Islam.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • He lamented what he called the politicization of the judicial confirmation process, saying:

    CNN.com

  • - blasted what they described as the politicization of the reconstruction process.

    CommonDreams.org Headlines

  • - blasted what they described as the politicization of the reconstruction process.

    CommonDreams.org Headlines

  • An area I believe has huge politicization from the left is nuclear energy.

    Advice On Science Under Obama - NASA Watch

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