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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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By claiming that any protest against Israeli government policies is automatically "anti-Semitic", the Israel advocacy movement ends up minimalizing the horrors of real anti-Semitic behaviors.
Kardashian did not issue an apology after minimalizing how dangerous the flu can be.
Bearing in mind constitutional provision [8], public authorities should aim at minimalizing the risk of exclusion, discrimination or unfair limiting to an access to services of health care market caused by low social and economic status of a person.
seems at times to confuse theological ideals with religious realities, minimalizing the real differences that exist between religions.
your interest balance by minimalizing the amount you disclose while adding as much weight as possible to "your interest" in the disclosure to the Government.
In this study, minimalizing the waste is examined regardless to the quality but it's possible to study waste minimalizing in order to improve the quality.
Tim Ross, Regional Director of Operations for Morrison CommunityWorks, said : "This partnership will allow us to expand the added value that we bring to our customers in the areas of Capital equipment replacement, reducing energy cost, minimalizing our carbon footprint and lowering overall operating costs at little to no expense to our customers.
A leading mid-twentieth century American church historian, Sidney Mead, believed that only the steady practice of using the historic western liturgy had kept American Lutheranism from being fully absorbed into the faith practices of general American Protestantism, including its focus on the Bible and a minimalizing of the sacraments.
8220;Research is focusing on minimalizing the effects of whatever disabling disease they have by using the best science we have available.
When such meetings include too many members, the chance of regular absences increases as does minimalizing the most essential participants.
In Poissant's 'Venn Diagram', grief is the minimalizing bludgeon that crushes intimacy (and intimacy is the ultimate fear of all totalitarian systems): 'The divorce rate for couples that lose infant children is almost 90 per cent.
As editor of the journal I could always depend on an unsolicited, but enthusiastically welcomed, article from Keiko, always well-researched and finely honed, thus minimalizing my tasks of editing.

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