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dualize

(ˈdjuːəˌlaɪz) or

dualise

vb (tr)
to make or regard (something) as two parts
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Even more interesting are the partial dualizations: We may either dualize on the Cartan part C[G], then we obtain invertible bimodule categories between different forms of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII](g) e.
ADB to provide US$200mn for Lahore-Peshawar track (Dawn): Government is seeking a US$200mn loan from Asian Development Bank (ADB) to rehabilitate and dualize the Lahore-Peshawar Railway track.
There is another possibility to dualize the notion of fractional cut covering, namely fractional cycle covering.
As many as 21 international and local groups have submitted bids for the 48-km-long stretch of the road project, which is part of a larger plan to dualize Nizwa-Thumrait-Salalah road.
MTSC-LR-1: Dualize (2(a)), (5(a-i)), (6(a-i)), (6(a-ii)).
Aristoteles afirma que "some animals dualize in their nature with man and the quadrupeds, e.
Also it might be noted that with Rosenzweig's reading of Goethe's view, then, according to Robinson, Goethe would exemplify one who is programmed to dualize everything," and as carrying forward the "Greek (Platonic) idea that is picked up by Paul in his formulation of Christian theology and inherited by Augustine as a kind of cultural given," p.