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tr.v. min·i·mal·ized, min·i·mal·iz·ing, min·i·mal·iz·es
To make minimal.

min′i·mal·i·za′tion (-mə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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This creates new efficiencies and minimalizes operational risks resulting from transmission errors.
Featuring an easy-to-use direct bagging system, the Bagger Vac emits zero dust, minimalizes any contact with its contents, and keeps users safe from exposure to harmful materials during the collection and disposal process, such as crystalline silica dust.
This reasoning fails to recognize the incredible diversity within a racial group and minimalizes the experiences and characteristics that are shared across groups.
The specimens for microstructure analyses were cut using electro spark process in an oil bath which minimalizes the effect of deformation and temperature on the surface.
To think his death will hurt Al-Qaeda minimalizes that organization and puts us in danger of becoming complacent.
The lack of a substantial mediation effect and the finding that the path between night-sky interest and reading for pleasure was twice as strong as that between openness and reading for pleasure provides evidence that minimalizes, but does not completely discount, the importance of openness to night-sky interest and reading for pleasure.
This vague and hardly inspiring characterization (in which the Secretary commits to nothing) sets the stage for December 2010, at which time the military will cherry-pick positive news, as it minimalizes the bad news.
The statement overlooks or minimalizes the collecting and writing on early America and early Virginia by Robert Beverley, William Byrd, William Stith, Sir John Randolph, John Mercer, and Richard Bland.

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