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Synonyms for polarize
cause to vibrate in a definite pattern
cause to concentrate about two conflicting or contrasting positions
become polarized in a conflict or contrasting situation
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Catholic Common Ground originated in the concern that the tendency to unnecessarily polarize
differences among Catholic leaders and members hinders the efforts to strengthen the faith community and to carry out the mission of the church.
But in terms of how language polarizes
and your example of the dean's comment, I want to answer that in a second way.
Previously, it was thought that the fish's skin -- which contains "multilayer" arrangements of reflective guanine crystals -- would fully polarize
light when reflected.
CME structures polarize
more light the greater their angle from the line of sight between Earth and the sun.
We will polarize
lanthanum nuclear spins by using a dynamic nuclear polarization upon a paramagnetic electron spin resonance (ESR) in a single crystal of a lanthanum compound.