The person who helped crystallize Mr.
There is something that I’ve been trying to crystallize in my mind for a while.
"It will crystallize who the leaders are, and some won't survive," Cannon said.
The micas other than glauconite tend to crystallize as short pseudohexagonal prisms.
Rather, they crystallize over a wide range of temperatures beginning at liquidus temperatures…
When a granitic magma cools, the first minerals to crystallize tend to be anhydrous (e.g., feldspar), so…
In 2013 the French government launched "La French Tech" in an effort to crystallize its startup community.
High-boiled sugar solutions are unstable, however, and will readily crystallize unless preventative steps are taken.
But Moore did try to crystallize for the white people who were at Thirty-eighth and Chicago what it felt like to be black in America.
They lack really deep bass, sounding a bit flat with Lindsey Stirling’s Crystallize, and lack a bit of subtlety for orchestral music.
Programs like these, Pendarvis said, "crystallize" what racism looks like to different people and helps bring professionals together to find a solution.
And only in the arithmetico- analytic concept of the real number belonging to the purely formal sphere do these ideas crystallize into full definiteness.
That isn’t really a surprise, but one aspect of the latest employment report does help crystallize the nature of what the United States is grappling with.
Oskar and a girlfriend, on horseback, watch from a hilltop as the ghetto is evacuated, and the image of a little girl in red seems to crystallize Oskar's horror.
…an extensive range of possible cation substitutions, amphiboles crystallize in both igneous and metamorphic rocks with a broad range of bulk chemical compositions.
The accounts of a contextual theory of meaning in the works of Duhem, Poincaré and Feyerabend are informal insofar as they do not crystallize into a corresponding formal semantics for scientific terms.
Ford made perhaps her most infamous statement while appearing on “The Dick Cavett Show” in 1971 — and in doing so seemed to crystallize the perception of a fashion industry that was indifferent to complaints that it was promoting an unhealthy body ideal.
In high-density polyethylene, for example, the long sequences of ethylene units that make up the polymer spontaneously crystallize at temperatures below about 130 °C (265 °F), so that, at normal temperatures, polyethylene is a partially crystalline plastic solid.
"The result is a lack of quality information and increased divisiveness," Edelman said in the press release. "...The violent storming of the US Capitol last week and the fact that only one-third of people are willing to get a Covid vaccine crystallize the dangers of misinformation."
Seven months ago, the first wave of the novel coronavirus rippled through the fall 2020 season in Europe; now, the majority of brands in New York and London are showing online, helping to crystallize larger conversations about whether the runway (and the unrelenting travel between appointments and cities that fashion month entails) has become arcane.
- cause to take on a definite and clear shape
Example: He tried to crystallize his thoughts
- make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
- cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form
Example: crystallize minerals
- assume crystalline form; become crystallized
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Seven months ago the first wave of the novel coronavirus rippled through the fall 2020 season in Europe now the majority of brands in New York and London are showing online helping to crystallize larger conversations about whether the runway and the unrelenting travel between appointments and cities that fashion month entails has become arcane