crystalise


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Synonyms for crystalise

cause to form crystals or assume crystalline form

assume crystalline form

cause to take on a definite and clear shape

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He explains: "I wrote Crystalise when I was going through a really hard time and I thought the only way out for me was not to be here anymore.
The gripping thing is that no-one knows where Born To Run will end up as she sheds the sales prospect label and starts to crystalise into a future racehorse.
This revenue will allow us to pursue larger scale, higher return assets which may require a little more time to crystalise their full value".
Former US President Bill Clinton has visited Haiti to crystalise the reconstruction work in the country.
Add to that the fact the accountancy authorities have forced companies with final salary schemes to crystalise increasing long-term liabilities on their balance sheets and those schemes that survive are heavily levied to meet the cost of those that fail, and it is little wonder that so many have shut.
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However, a trans-Jordanian right-wing "nationalist" movement has begun to crystalise and is likely to undermine what the king calls the embodiment of national unity.
The 16-year-old singer-songwriter will embark on his headline Crystalise summer tour in cities up and down the country.
The area is gently warmed using infra-red lights and is then cooled quickly, to crystalise and deplete the fat cells by a process called apoptosis.
But Premier Rugby Limited, the umbrella organisation for the Aviva Premiership clubs, says there will be no release for its players for the match, which Gatland wants to help crystalise his selection plans and provide a run-out for his squad members between the first Test against the Springboks on June 14 and a season which ended pramaturely because of non-involvement in end-of-campaign finals and playoffs.
During his dialogue with the AJA board members, Shaikh Mohammed affirmed that consultations between leaders of the media and decision makers help to crystalise the sound opinion because the opinion of two minds is moresound than that of one and the opinion of three persons is better than that of two.
These words may sound over the top, but they crystalise what we should think about sport at its best, and they sum up why the Olympics are very special.
Looking to explore new styles of music, Will and his Newcastle-based folk group, The Park Bench Social Club, approached hip hop musicians Jason Singh and MC Crystalise in 2008, with the idea of forging their respective sounds into one.
Danny Cox, pensions development manager at Bristolbased independent financial adviser Hargreaves Landsdown, said: ``If people can sit tight they should, and not be panicked into moving money out because that will only crystalise losses.