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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of personalize.
- adj. adapted to the needs of an individual
- adj. embodied
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made for or directed or adjusted to a particular individual
- adj. pointedly referring to or concerning a person's individual personality or intimate affairs especially offensively
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It is likely that if Jay Leno stands on a street corner and asks a passerby what is meant by the term personalized medicine, the answer would be, That is what takes place when I see my doctor.
Well, actually the term personalized medicine has acquired a new definition.
Through a simple online ordering process, a customer could upload a picture and order a set of six‐packs with the label personalized to their specifications.
Lincoln Trust Co. of Denver has developed what it calls a "personalized expense ratio" so participants can see the cost easily, said Tom Gonnella , Lincoln's senior vice president of corporate development.
WARREN: DNA fingerprinting in the future will allow for what we call personalized medicine, where an individual comes in and we can take some of their blood, analyze their DNA, see what kind of disorders they might be prone to.
Each element of a language like grammar, speaking, listening and writing are all included in personalized classes at Denver Language School.
There was "Beacon," an aggressive campaign using people's purchasing habits to cast them in personalized ads, without a heads-up, let alone royalties.
Then Apple created the Apps/iPhone ecosystem, the first opt-in personalized "push" of goods and services, and changed customer behavior from search to receive.
Translucent Chocolates offers colorful chocolate or toffee covered nuts, fruits and seeds, all packaged in personalized clear sleek boxes.
I wonder if the future of news search lies in personalized search (a la the new GNews feature) or intelligent search (a memeorandum model enhanced with human [editorial] and technical developments)?