galvanisation


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  • noun

Synonyms for galvanisation

stimulation with a galvanic current

Related Words

stimulation that arouses a person to lively action

Related Words

either the work of covering with metal by the use of a galvanic current or the coating of iron with zinc to protect it from rusting

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If devolution does allow the galvanisation of different communities and sectors in pursuit of a common goal, now is the time to prove it.
While the Muslim polarisation occurred due to galvanisation of the community members on Shahbano, Ayodhya and post Ayodhya developments, the Hindus polarisation got neutralised due to Mandalisation of Indian politics.
This has become increasingly important in light of the galvanisation of radical groups who regard the region's political instability as ideal conditions for expanding their activities," Dr Abdulghaffar said.
The sum effect of these indiscretions was the galvanisation of supremacist forces against Masha'ie's appointment as first vice president in July 2009, barely a few weeks after the disputed June 12 presidential elections which the Khomeinist opposition charged was rigged by ruling IRGC to give Ahmadi-Nejad a second four-year term.
En 1989, la societe a mis en place une installation de galvanisation de tole en continu dont la capacite annuelle a connu, depuis, une croissance exponentielle.
Meanwhile, a significant development is the impending opening of a new galvanisation plant with a designed capacity of 54,000 tonnes annually.
Most men and women thought they were acting on their own initiative; and, though in the ultimate sense this was true, yet probably not half those self-sacrificing decisions would have been made without the continual galvanisation of heart and thought and energy.
Only glimmers of galvanisation lit up a doom-harbouring Kingston Park, as Bristol snuffed the life out of new helmsman Steve Bates' deck hands.