from The Century Dictionary.

  • To make or regard as two.

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  • verb sciences To make dual.


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  • He then returns to the external parts associated with the torso and limbs of the live bearing and egg laying quadrupeds, birds, and fish; and ends by discussing a number of animals that ˜dualize™ between being land-dwellers and water dwellers or flyers.

    Aristotle's Biology Lennox, James 2006

  • Occasionally he is paired with Wind; and in the curious tendency of the poets to dualize their divinities, the two become a compound,

    The Religions of India Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume 1, Edited by Morris Jastrow Edward Washburn Hopkins 1894

  • Start with D2-branes, compactify one transverse dimensions X1 on a circle, and T-dualize this circle X1.

    The Reference Frame 2010

  • Before you T-dualize X1 to obtain D3-branes from D2-branes, twist the remaining six coordinates X4 ...

    The Reference Frame 2010

  • The protesters visited the State House of Assembly and Government House, where they appealed to Governor Adams Oshiomhole to prevail on the Federal Government to reconstruct the Benin-Lagos expressroad and also dualize the Benin-Okene expressroad.

    AllAfrica News: Latest 2009

  • Meehan, who supports a plan to dualize Route 90, said losing a major artery for a possible evacuation "still shows how vulnerable we are."

    unknown title 2009


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