Margaret Thatcher's death has been the catalyst, in Britain, for a wide-ranging debate over her legacy.
The catalyst for a new plan should be the immediate reform and recapitalization of the banking system—with a clear timeframe.
When an exile lasts little more than a four-day weekend, the end result is even blurrier than its catalyst.
Still, women are not exactly snapping up board seats, a separate catalyst study found.
What was the catalyst for the comeback and the taking your cancer advocacy international?
It plays the part of what is called a "catalyst," one of the curiosities of chemistry.
A catalyst failed briefly in its task, then resumed, but the damage had been done.
We may, then, compare the catalyst to what is known as "a good mixer" in society.
You'll be pleasantly surprised at how this approach will act as a catalyst.
We can, if we like, dispense with the bacteria and speed up the process by employing a catalyst.
catalyst cat·a·lyst (kāt'l-ĭst)
A substance, usually used in small amounts relative to the reactants, that modifies and increases the rate of a reaction without being consumed in the process.