individualisation meaning

  "individualisation" in a sentence
Noun: individualisation
Usage: Brit (=individualization)
  1. Discriminating the individual from the generic group or species
    - individualization, individuation

Derived forms: individualisations

See also: individualise [Brit]

Type of: discrimination, secernment

Encyclopedia: Individualisation


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  1. He commented favourably on their individualisation and their collective richness of character.
  2. He held that, throughout the scheme of nature and intellectual life, the main principle is Individualisation.
  3. The Microsoft individualisation page also doesn't help-e ) 12 : 13, 2 July 2007 ( UTC)
  4. The goal of EuroFlow consortium is to innovate and standardize flow cytometry leading to global improvement and progress in diagnostics of haematological malignancies and individualisation of treatment.
  5. Carl Jung's concept of individualisation plays a role when Liesl discusses Dunstan's yet-unlived life and the idea that he must have balance in his life.

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