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  • n  the formation of crystals
  • n  a rock formed by the solidification of a substance; has regularly repeating internal structure; external plane faces
  • n  a mental synthesis that becomes fixed or concrete by a process resembling crystal formation

  • His earlier experiment with simplifying forms to pure abstractions had turned into a dead end, a kind of slow death by crystallization.
  • BUSH: Well, that was, of course, the crystallization.
  • The situations of the gentlemen who aspire to head their Parties' tickets in 1924 changed little except for a certain amount of " crystallization" the natural result of .

  • Chen Shui-bian in New York Times
    The step is not easy and is a crystallization of the joint efforts of many compatriots across the strait,Mr. Chen said, according to Xinhua, mainland China's state-run news agency.
  • Liu Yong in China Daily
    The Qixi Festival is crystallization of the romantic and poetic imagination of Chinese people,Liu said. "If we copy the western Valentine's Day with roses and chocolate, it would be reduced to a commercial tool for businessmen."
  • Michael Rossmann in Science Daily (press release)
    The electron microscopy is necessary for studying the entire complex because you can't crystallize the complex of ICAM-1 and the virus,Rossmann said. "That's because crystallization often takes days, weeks or months, but the complex is...

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