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26 April 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . N Telfordize‎; 17:51 . . (+298). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(Created page with "==English== ===Etymology=== {{suffix|Telford|ize|lang=en}}, after the civil engineer Thomas Telford. ===Verb=== {{en-verb|Telfordiz|es}} # {{cx|transitive|lang=en}} To fu...")

23 April 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . N didacticize‎; 15:10 . . (+194). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(Created page with "==English== ===Etymology=== {{suffix|didactic|ize|lang=en}} ===Verb=== {{en-verb|didacticiz|es}} # {{cx|transitive|lang=en}} To make didactic. ====Related terms==== *...")
  • (diff | hist) . . m vocalize‎; 12:02 . . (+83). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(Verb: #: ''In Hong Kong English, /l/ may be '''vocalized''' at the end of a syllable.'')

22 April 2015

21 April 2015

20 April 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . N gallize‎; 05:19 . . (+380). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(Created page with "==English== ===Etymology=== {{suffix|Gall|ize|lang=en}}, after Dr. L. Gall, the French chemist who invented the process. ===Verb=== {{en-verb|galliz|es}} # {{cx|winemaking|...")
  • (diff | hist) . . m territorialize‎; 02:52 . . (+284). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* '''1991''', {{w|Arjun Appadurai}} #*: The landscapes of group identity — the ethnoscapes — around the world are no longer familiar anthropological objects, insofar as groups are no longer tightly '''territorialized''', spatially bounded, historical)