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digitalize

(dĭj′ĭ-tl-īz′)
tr.v. digital·ized, digital·izing, digital·izes
To administer digitalis in a dosage sufficient to achieve the maximum therapeutic effect without producing toxic symptoms.

dig′i·tal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Now, that air has been digitalised, and dirty laundry pops up in the form of mistakenly sent messages, email responses and Facebook wall posts.
Perhaps the most satisfying aspect of this particular exercise comes in the shape of words which are both Digitalised Numerical Tautonyms and Numerical Tautonyms in which the two numerical configurations are Reversals:
The second main force is the shift toward a digitalised society in which end users increasingly conduct their lives in a digitally connected world.
The book, first produced in Cairo 700 years ago, is the first Islamic script to benefit from the British Library's technology which allows visitors to 'turn' a selection of pages of digitalised versions of major historical items in the library's collection and view them in greater detail than is possible from the original
And with net-service providers like Virgin actively developing the ability to deliver clear, crisp digitalised music down the line into your PC, we may all be able to get quality audio of our choice without the need for hi-fi separates, or the risk of buying outdated music formats.
Digitalised words have for years been a thorn in the side of print media, but now governments are also feeling the pain, thanks to WikiLeaks.