Etymology
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magnetization (n.)

also magnetisation, "action of magnetizing; condition of being magnetized," 1801, noun of action from magnetize.

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fingering (n.1)
"action or method of using the fingers in playing a musical instrument," late 14c., fyngerynge, noun of action from finger (v.). Mid-15c. as "action of touching lightly."
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indemnification (n.)
1732, "action of compensating for loss or damage," noun of action from indemnify.
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disassociation (n.)

"action of disassociating or state of being disassociated," 1842, noun of action from disassociate (v.).

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politicization (n.)

"action or process of rendering political," 1918, noun of action from politicize in the "render political" sense.

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customization (n.)

"action of making (something) to a customer's specifications," 1975, noun of action from customize (v.).

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disarticulation (n.)

"action of disarticulating; amputation at a joint," 1808, noun of action from disarticulate (v.).

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isolation (n.)
1800, noun of action from isolate (v.) or else from French isolation, noun of action from isoler (see isolated).
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memorization (n.)

1823 "act or fact of memorializing;" 1857 as "action of committing to memory;" noun of action from memorize (v.).

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evangelization (n.)
1650s, "action of preaching the gospel," noun of action from evangelize. From 1827 as "act of bringing under the influence of the gospel."
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