canalize

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direct the flow of; "channel infomartion towards a broad audience"
provide (a city) with a canal
alternative spelling of canalise
{f} make a canal; divert into another channel (also canalise)
canalise
To convert a river or other waterway into a canal
canalise
{f} make a canal; divert into another channel (also canalize)
canalise
channel: direct the flow of; "channel infomartion towards a broad audience"
canalise
canal: provide (a city) with a canal
canalise
To channel the flow of something
canalised
past of canalise
canalises
third-person singular of canalise
canalising
present participle of canalise
canalization
management through specified channels of communication
canalization
Construction of, or furnishing with, a canal or canals
canalization
the strongly pre-determined process of pre-natal growth in the womb which gives clear genetic instructions for the zygote to differentiate into the embryo
canalization
the production of a canal or a conversion to canals
canalization
the conversion or transformation of libido as it performs various mental activities Transfer of psychic intensities or values from one content to another Replaces "sublimation " Canalization sets up a gradient so instinctual energies can do productive work It does so via the symbol, which offers a steeper gradient than the natural one The transformation of instinctual energy is done via an analogue of the object of the instinct: a psychic mechanism imitates the instinct and thereby captures its energy (like a power station at a waterfall) The first achievement of this by primitive man is magic Compare with psychization, which transforms an instinctual or sensory datum, rather than energy, into an experience
canalization
alternative spelling of canalisation
canalization
The conversion of a natural stream into a steep-sided (box-cut) ditch or canal
canalization
{i} making of a canal or canals; channelization, management using specified channels of communication (also canalisation)
canalization
the process by which characteristics take a narrow path or developmental course Apparently, preservative forces help to protect a person from environmental extremes (See 79)
canalization
The restriction of possible state space exploration by constraints imposed upon the system either from outside or self-generated, i e unavailable possibilities This helps to preserve stability or the 'status-quo' but may also prevent better optima from being reached
canalization
in lieu of a series of dams on the river, a canal with locks adjoins the river
canalized
past of canalize
canalizes
third-person singular of canalize
canalizing
present participle of canalize
canalize
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