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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of revolutionise.

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Examples

  • They encouraged alien cultures to develop in our midst, they undermined our religion and made space for others, they 'revolutionised' education, they opened our borders, and they went soft on crime - all in the name of freedom and equality.

    The British National Party

  • Born out of techniques that "revolutionised" Japanese manufacturing and engineering, come the principles behind 'lean' software development.

    ZDNet UK Highlights

  • Rising national wealth does not necessarily make people more satisfied with their lot, so economists and politicians are looking beyond growth to questions of well-being French President Sarkozy will urge world leaders to make two moves -- one immediate and one long-term -- that have the potential to temper capitalism's worst political success should be "revolutionised" to include happiness and well-being as well as growth,

    WN.com - Articles related to Asia Shares Give up Early Gains, Yen Slides

  • The Web has "revolutionised" nearly every aspect of running for US president and delivered an "electrifying redemption" of the founding national principle that all people are created equal, according to Gore.

    IOL Technology

  • By MARY MANN mary. mann@northernstar.com.au ALSTONVILLE will be 'revolutionised' once its $90 million bypass is constructed, according to the owner of the village's newsagency, Chris Paesler.

    northernstar.com.au: The Northern Star

  • "revolutionised" its diagnosis and its management.

    Spero News

  • Ten years later, they would collaborate on their first film, Teesri Manzil, starting a creative and romantic partnership that revolutionised Hindi film music.

    Asha Bhosle meets RD Burman

  • It revolutionised folk accompaniment and inspired a new generation of guitarists.

    Davey Graham invents DAGDAD

  • “We revolutionised the way people train, the way they build morale in the team, the way they preview the courses, the way they race, the way they sell the sport, the way they tell that story around the world.”

    Tour Down Under: Armstrong set for ride into sunset

  • To make up, there are admirable chapters on how German refugees from Hitler revolutionised intellectual life in the US and Britain.

    The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance, the Second Scientific Revolution and the Twentieth Century by Peter Watson – review

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