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  • v  divide into two opposing groups or kinds

  • We do not dichotomize this business of civilian and military.
  • Every catastrophe is so engraved in our genes that it's easy to conceive of the world in terms of fear, suspicion, being on alert; to dichotomize everything as if there are no .
  • Many people dichotomize between the six-year-old and his father.

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