galvanising : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v to stimulate to action
- v cover with zinc
- v stimulate (muscles) by administering a shock
- s affected by emotion as if by electricity; thrilling
News & Articles
- America's Cup Coverage a Huge Multi-Platform Success for TVNZ
TVNZ saw huge success with their America's Cup coverage galvanising a large part of the population through live TV, online streaming and post-race on demand tv views. (PRWeb October 03, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/tvnz/americas-cup/prweb11192261.htm
Oct. 4, 2013 - PRWeb
- Ban Ki-moon in Stuff.co.nz
Despite the clear differences of opinion at the meeting, Ban said it had been important in "galvanising the international community's will to support Myanmar" - a country normally held up as a world pariah.
- Barack Obama in Telegraph.co.uk
Michelle and I were commenting on the fact that when Dr King won his prize it had a galvanising effect around the world, but also lifted his stature in the United States in a way that allowed him to be more effective,Mr Obama said. "That's...
- Edward Wilson in Toronto Star
Edward Wilson, a Harvard biologist whose call for a portrait of life in a 2003 speech helped spur creation of the encyclopedia, said: "This thing is taking off like a big booster rocket. ...... It is already galvanising research."