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  • noun Plural form of popularization.

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Examples

  • I think in a way his popularizations are always dissonant with the reality (where The Tao of Physics and its ilk are fully discordant).

    Objections to Kaku and Liu’s “How to Time Travel?”

  • The science-and-technology pages tend toward Gladwell-lite popularizations of academic papers from British universities.

    The Newsweekly’s Last Stand

  • The science-and-technology pages tend toward Gladwell-lite popularizations of academic papers from British universities.

    The Newsweekly’s Last Stand

  • The science-and-technology pages tend toward Gladwell-lite popularizations of academic papers from British universities.

    Individuality in the online age

  • A professor at Columbia University, Mr. Greene is widely known as the author of two best-selling science popularizations, "The Elegant Universe" and "The Fabric of the Cosmos."

    Welcome to the Multiverse

  • The science-and-technology pages tend toward Gladwell-lite popularizations of academic papers from British universities.

    Magazines

  • The science-and-technology pages tend toward Gladwell-lite popularizations of academic papers from British universities.

    PETRONA

  • We have entered a Golden Age in which scholars of antiquity produce responsible popularizations aimed at readers who demand a sense of place and strong writing.

    Handing Out Knives to Madmen

  • The science-and-technology pages tend toward Gladwell-lite popularizations of academic papers from British universities.

    June 2009

  • Things like MapReduce are “new” in the same way that XML was “new”, being popularizations of capabilities that have been available for decades.

    The Data Mining Renaissance

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