Scrabble?! COLLIGATING

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Definitions of COLLIGATING in various dictionaries:

Collimated light is light whose rays are parallel, and therefore will spread minimally as it propagates. A perfectly collimated beam, with no divergence, would not disperse with distance. Such a beam cannot be created, due to diffraction.Light can be approximately collimated by a number of processes, for instance by means of a collimator. Perfectly collimated light is sometimes said to be focused at infinity. Thus, as the distance from a point source increases, the spherical wavefronts become flatter and closer to plane waves, which are perfectly collimated.

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There are 11 letters in COLLIGATING ( A1C3G2I1L1N1O1T1 )

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