individualization : Definition, Usages, News and More

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individualization


  • n  discriminating the individual from the generic group or species

  • But she says the issue isn't black and white: "It all boils down to individualization of care.
  • The individualization of peopleindividualization of spirit, taste, emotionthis is what makes life ageless.
  • Out of a dim past appears Jacob (the father of Joseph) "a patriarchal and respectable form of human individualization and emancipation.
News & Articles

  • Provenir Launches New Division with Flagship Big Data Listening & Engagement Platform
    Today, Provenir announced the creation of a new customer listening division, dedicated to the growing adoption of its new Omni-channel Customer Listening and Engagement platform. Led by a group of marketing industry veterans, Provenir’s new division provides the first comprehensive solution to the marketing industry’s growing big data and individualization challenges.
    June 11, 2013 - Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance
Quotes

  • Condoleezza Rice in San Francisco Chronicle
    I've heard the national anthem done in rap versions, country versions, classical versions,Rice said. "The individualization of the American national anthem is quite under way. I think what we need to focus on is an immigration policy that...
  • Wallace in MLive.com
    To them it's special,Wallace said. "They have something a lot of kids don't. It gives them that little bit of individualization."
  • Adrian Sutil in autoevolution
    I am glad to continue the working relationship with Techart. The unique Techart Individualization options are fantastic. I will enjoy every single kilometre in my dream car,said Sutil.

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