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


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  • In the 1980s, Melvin revolutionized hunting rifles buy building guns that were not only light beyond belief, but super accurate as well.

    Petzal on Camera: Interviews from the 2008 SHOT Show

  • Stephen Budiansky's Air Power: Men, Machines, and Ideas That Revolutionized War, From Kitty Hawk To Gulf War II is a book that interested me, but I saw it on the dread remainder table AND it had that word revolutionized in the title.

    A bit of military history

  • Although we, as a society, believe that psychiatric medications have "revolutionized" the treatment of mental illness, the disability numbers suggest a very different possibility.

    Robert Whitaker: 'Anatomy Of An Epidemic': Could Psychiatric Drugs Be Fueling A Mental Illness Epidemic?

  • Tax rates for the wealthy remained high for decades -- 90% at times -- until President Ronald Reagan "revolutionized" the system.

    A Cure for an Ailing Economy: Taxing the Rich

  • On Thursday night, pundits on outlets like SNY and WFAN were talking about how Mike and the Mad Dog "revolutionized" sports talk radio.

    The Voice of New York Sports, Mike and the Mad Dog, Is Done

  • I know this was undoubtedly the story of the day during lunch at the Palm among all the men who watched that memorable US Open --- guys like Kaplan who run networks and who have been "revolutionized" by the Tiger Woods Phenomenon, which I suspect translates into buying all of his products and following his career like a bunch of teen age groupies.


  • I mean, that's all I've heard this past week is that he kind of revolutionized the art of writing of broadcasts.

    CNN Transcript Jun 15, 2003

  • "He was just a guy that, to me, as a tight end, kind of revolutionized that position," John Elway said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Wal-Mart "revolutionized" the technical and logistical aspects of retail and supply, but at the same time Wal-Mart represents a sort of counter-revolution against the historic gains of the labor movement.

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  • He said Mr. Dillon had "revolutionized" the county's justice system by allowing felons to plead guilty before they were indicted, while eliminating most post-indictment plea bargains.

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