Don’t let the mixture boil as it may crystallise.
And then an urgent question will crystallise: can Biden and Harris put America back together?
“Whilst these risks may crystallise in full over longer-time horizons, they are becoming apparent now.
While his colleagues took their holidays, his thoughts began to crystallise into a revolutionary idea.
To crystallise the primroses, whisk the egg white in a bowl until frothy.
Do not stir once it has come to the boil otherwise the syrup will crystallise.
How did the Exhibition crystallise a particular moment in early Victorian Britain?
Perhaps the worst-case scenario for the financial system is where transition risks crystallise very suddenly and cause wider economic damage.
They now need to be permanent, expensively staffed organisations, not just groups that crystallise temporarily for elections and then melt away again.
The bass can sometimes dominate a little, but the Flex manage to produce the really deep notes needed for something such as Lindsey Stirling’s Crystallise.
It is produced by allowing raw sugar to crystallise, treating it with chemicals, filtering it several times, and then drying it to prevent it from clumping.
Dr Henderson turned to this technique when a protein he was trying to prepare for x-ray studies would not crystallise, and could not, therefore, be examined.
Clear honey has a tendency to crystallise over time; just put the jar in a jug of hot water for a minute or so and it will return to its clear and liquid state.
Dr Henderson turned to this technique when a protein he was trying to prepare for X-ray crystallography would not crystallise, and could not, therefore, be examined.
It then helps directors crystallise what they want the new boss to achieve, such as boosting profits or expanding into new markets, and draws up a list of required competencies.
When it comes to great scientific discoveries, we as a storytelling species seem to long for a protagonist, a person or a few people around whom to crystallise the intangible advance.
Her breakout album Cuz I Love You was actually her third release - but the first to really crystallise Lizzo's unique blend of club-inspired rap (Tempo), gospel-infused vocal power (Jerome) and her way with a one-liner.
But Mr Javid said: “These rules crystallise the choices that are required: to keep spending under control, to keep taxes low, to root out waste and to pass the litmus test, rightly set in stone in our manifesto, of debt being lower at the end of the parliament.”
When it comes to workplace conditions, Labour says it wants to take the idea of a passport scheme for reasonable adjustments - smaller, achievable changes like rotas or working hours to help disabled workers move between jobs - and help crystallise what it means.
To govern is to choose, and these rules crystallise the choices that are required: To keep spending under control, to keep taxes low, to root out waste, and to pass that litmus test that was rightly set in stone in our manifesto of debt being lower at the end of the parliament."
- make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
- cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form
- cause to take on a definite and clear shape
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