When an exile lasts little more than a four-day weekend, the end result is even blurrier than its catalyst.
The catalyst for a new plan should be the immediate reform and recapitalization of the banking system—with a clear timeframe.
Using the legislation as a catalyst, Bethel residents voted to become “wet” for the first time in 32 years.
This dramatic shift could be the catalyst behind a new era in the news business.
It might have been the catalyst for what got him into trouble with the school administration.
It plays the part of what is called a "catalyst," one of the curiosities of chemistry.
You'll be pleasantly surprised at how this approach will act as a catalyst.
We may, then, compare the catalyst to what is known as "a good mixer" in society.
I come back soon and gif you the catalyst for that last reaction.
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.