That crystallized it for me: The crime would push and test them.
Happily, this second form of intelligence—the crystallized kind—stays ... well ... crystallized as the brain gets older.
She became a globalist early on in her life, a moment that is crystallized in the incredible anecdote that begins her book.
“Rush Limbaugh has crystallized something that is bigger than just him,” Ciezadlo said.
Another factor is the absence of the strong regional support that crystallized around Libya.
It occurs in primitive mountains; and is often accompanied with red silver ore, copper pyrites, and crystallized quartz.
A proverbial expression is often a crystallized lie which we should like to believe.
The general form of rough, crystallized diamonds is that of two square pyramids joined at their bases.
I crystallized my ideas into pithy sentences which a child could have understood.
The vague feelings of disgust Frank had had now crystallized into words.