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pop yuh luh rahyz

  • v  cater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public; bring into general or common use
    They popularized coffee in Washington State
  • v  make understandable to the general public
    Carl Sagan popularized cosmology in his books

  • How young rappers are using their music to popularize a more moderate brand of Islam: Anatomy Of A Busted Cell Terrorists are recruiting from within European communities?.
  • Columnist Arianna Huffington, creator of the blog-filled news site The Huffington Post, has done as much to popularize these web diaries as anyone around.
  • A few crematists, to popularize their profession, are charging only $50 to perform all disposal functions from death bed to hole-in-the-wall.
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  • 300: Rise of an Empire Gets Its First Trailer
    300: Rise of an Empire returns us to the place that helped popularize director Zack Snyder into someone who could be trusted with tentpole releases like The Man of Steel. Despite the almost eight-year gap between the first installment and …
    June 13, 2013 - WebProNews

  • Charles Simonyi in FOXNews
    I look at it as a continuation of the first flight,Simonyi said. "The reasons are the same. It's to support space research, it's to popularize civilian space flight and communicate the excitement of sciences and engineering to our kids."
  • Ken Ham in Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription)
    Although racism did not begin with Darwinism, Darwin did more than any person to popularize it,Ham writes.
  • Sean Wilentz in New York Times
    It is rare that an entire community rallies around a single person, but our city loves Buck, what he stands for and his indomitable spirit. Buck O'Neil is a man who has done more than anyone to popularize and keep alive the history of the Negro... Emanuel Cleaver http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emanuel_Cleaver&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH3YgEKULxZLIlvTk52jixSf88qYg ESPN http://www.google.com/url?q=http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story%3Fid%3D2615960&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFzV1tEhk_b8bxhns8LhBndRlJEbA Oct 6, 2006 76054 102803 popularizer What Zinn did was bring history writing out of the academy, and he undid much of the frankly biased and prejudiced views that came before it," said Sean Wilentz, a professor of history at Princeton University. "But he's a popularizer, and...

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