revolutionizing

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In 1858, an attempt was made to save it by revolutionizing its constitution and management.

Visions of revolutionizing the marble industry spurred us on.

Plans made in South America for the revolutionizing of Cuba.

In short, the motor truck is revolutionizing transportation.

The majority of us see the need for revolutionizing the party.

And this is the kind of thing that is revolutionizing history and politics!

There was no idea of revolutionizing or even reforming the organization.

Atomic energy is revolutionizing life today, and future scientific revolutions are beyond imagination.

Steam and the telegraph are revolutionizing all business relations and the course of trade.

In 1848 he made an abortive descent on the Greek coast, in the hope of revolutionizing the kingdom.