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  • verb Present participle of regiment.

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Examples

  • What we learned — to our surprise — was that institutional schools burn an awful lot of time just regimenting the students, and learning can only proceed as fast as the slowest student.

    Wednesday, April 22 – The Bleat.

  • The process of government regimenting of commerce, and alienating it from working folks — artificially formalizing it and concentrating it within the hands of a select culturally- and politically-privileged class of rentiers and commercialists — makes the day-to-day practices commerce and banking more and more parasitic as they become more and more occupied by the the power of the State.

    Welcome, Antiwarriors

  • On this way of regimenting the grammar of FOL, “&” and would not count as grammatical particles.

    Logical Constants

  • He's building a new Democratic infrastructure, regimenting it under his brand, and enlisting new technologies and more sophisticated voter contacting techniques to turn it from a normal GOTV effort into a lasting movement.

    Hullabaloo

  • Rather than regimenting kids with "facts" we should be explaining the ideas and methods that led to how we consider those "facts" to be our strongest understanding of how things are.

    Freaky Friday?

  • Near the end of the film, the high witch Eva Green, my, she loves these roles, doesn't she, explains to the star child that the Magisterium is trying to take over the whole world and other worlds too, stifling free speech, regimenting people and that a war is coming which will consume everyone.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Near the end of the film, the high witch Eva Green, my, she loves these roles, doesn't she, explains to the star child that the Magisterium is trying to take over the whole world and other worlds too, stifling free speech, regimenting people and that a war is coming which will consume everyone.

    [black is white, white is black] a golden compass will get us back

  • A governmental system led by a dictator, having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, et cetera, and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.

    CNN Transcript Nov 18, 2008

  • His work is an inexorable critique of thought control and regimenting of public mind.

    Untouchable Spring .... అంటరాని వసంతం

  • His work is an inexorable critique of thought control and regimenting of public mind.

    Archive 2008-10-01

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