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The starting point guard, seemingly fully recovered from his left quadriceps injury, was the team’s galvanizing force all night and set a new season high for the second straight game with 41 points.
Flood the airways with marketing campaigns to galvanize us all to do our part so we can celebrate freedom from the virus this Fourth of July.
Movies, songs, TV shows, books, and other artworks that showcase nature being alive and having its own rights can galvanize culture and will help fuel legal battles.
The segregation and social injustices stemming from exclusionary housing policies, for instance, persist because the beneficiaries of those systems can galvanize segments of the public to lobby for an outcome in their interest.
The hunt — which has repeatedly been called a hoax by skeptics — galvanized roughly 350,000 voyagers to seek the treasure.
Galvanization or faradization of the affected parts may also be employed, and with, occasionally, beneficial effect.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
Where many joints are involved, the advantages over local galvanization of the baths is sufficiently obvious.
THE ELECTRIC BATHGEORGE M. SCHWEIG
Galvanization of the bladder with an intravesical electrode is sometimes of service to strengthen its capacity for contraction.
FAT AND BLOODS. WEIR MITCHELL
He was ordered two weeks' rest in bed, with massage, cool sponging daily, and galvanization of the areas of neuralgia.
FAT AND BLOODS. WEIR MITCHELL
Galvanization from supra-orbital foramen to nape stopped the pain in five minutes.

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