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to make real or actual

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make real or concrete

represent or describe realistically

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Although it is a principle that actualizes occurrent knowing in that individual human knower, it is not itself actual occurrent knowing.
Comprehensive preparation that embodies the principles of strengths-based practices, coupled with the information sharing stage as devised in New Zealand where the professional presents case information to the family, followed by an opportunity for any participant to ask questions, may better actualize the key FGC principles defined by Pennell (1999).
Instead, Mermaids' form gently actualizes Polly's growing self-awareness to produce a statement that celebrates personal validation over the more tempting public accolades.
Myers, in his exploration of the "legacy" and "tradition" of black manhood, actualizes Bhabha's theorization of masculinity itself.
According to MacKinnon, when pornography is seen as part of a totality of mutually reinforcing sex practices, it both symbolizes and actualizes the distinctive social power that men as a class have over women as a class in patriarchal society.
A1 more often actualizes the perceptual and selection functions of C1 than it does for B1).
The instrument actualizes the technology's efficient and reproducible high-resolution chemical analysis.
Labeling aside, though, one might extrapolate from Good's essay to suggest that Signer's exceptionally consistent, focused oeuvre itself needs to be comprehended as a complex continuity--a single vast, cumulative work that challenges the concept of clock or calendar time and actualizes experience of temporality as quality, in a similar spirit to its parts.
amp;uot;It puts the whole audience in a producer's chair and actualizes the capabilities of broadband today, creating a truly immersive experience.
In the projected environment of Mapping the Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage), 2001, which might, at first, seem to stand apart, Bruce Nauman both portrays and actualizes real space through a deadpan, disembodied surveillance-tape meditation on anticipation, absence, and elapsed time--ultimately, on death.
Krall continued, "The ScanMaster module fully actualizes the efficiency, convenience and safety of the Fillmaster 1000e dispenser.