diarize


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diarize

(ˈdaɪəˌraɪz) or

diarise

vb
to make use of a diary to record past events or those planned for the future
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Since it does appear that at least some women may experience ligament laxity during different phases of their menstrual cycle, patients can be encouraged to diarize any injuries they may sustain and monitor if they typically occur during a particular phase of their menstrual cycle.
Marie Claire magazine lionizes female celebrities who go to Africa and diarize about the resilient hope of desperate female victims of poverty, hunger, disease, sexual exploitation, and conflict (Stoever 2006).
There are all those new words: leverage, proactive, priorize, prioritize, diarize, incentivization, dollarize, paradigm shift, and many more.