In this polarized era, partisan ID really matters, especially in a low-turnout election.
The U.S. is polarized, as well as stratified, and even the most basic facts become ideologically charged.
A news network, playing to a polarized conservative base, not seeking votes in the center, was under no such restrictions.
There is a deep need for increased constructive competition in our polarized political system.
But the failure is another measure of why this Congress is the most polarized, least productive, and least popular on record.
None of them had any effect on the polarized light, either during the passage of the voltaic current or when this was shut off.
Not even the Gerns had ever been able to devise a polarized detector screen.
Thus, the battery ceases to work, and is said to be "polarized."
And man is polarized upwards, towards the sun and the day's activity.
Finally, the light of the clouds was proved not to be polarized, and the permanent composition of the atmosphere was confirmed.
1811, in optics, from French polariser, coined by French physicist Étienne-Louis Malus (1775-1812) as a term in optics, from Modern Latin polaris "polar" (see polar). Transferred sense of "to accentuate a division in a group or system" is first recorded 1949 in Arthur Koestler. Related: Polarized; polarizing.