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Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of consolidation.

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Examples

  • The capital list does not have any relevance to school closures and consolidations, is not the buildings that need the most help and, speaking of charter schools, is going to build a new building for the New School Foundation school (also called New School).

    Sound Politics: It's in the P-I

  • They had sold tax exemptions, devised stock frauds, hocked the titles to Egypt’s best farmland, and turned debt to short-term loans and long-term consolidations.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • "Many of these so-called consolidations are not so much risky as inefficient."

    Defense and the National Interest

  • These units could experience "consolidations," Adams said.

    The Red and Black

  • She believes that the year ahead will see a number of consolidations in the industry, and generally the larger airlines will emerge as dominant players globally.

    » 2009 » January » 05 - SimpliFlying || Aviation :: Branding :: Technology || Airline marketing, airline brand management, social media, Web 2.0

  • Excluding non-cash charges stemming from facility consolidations and asset impairments as well as costs related to job cuts, per-share earnings rose to 52 cents from 43 cents as revenue was unchanged at $1.31 billion.

    Gannett

  • Nor are they unprecedented even in our own times: Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain are all attempting far larger and faster fiscal consolidations than the U.K., measured by the planned reductions in their deficits.

    After Bank Levy, Osborne's Banker Bashing Must Stop

  • But the evidence from previous fiscal consolidations suggests these risks are exaggerated; the U.K. economy grew by an average 3% in the mid-1990s despite almost as sharp a reduction in the budget deficit.

    The U.K.'s Date with Destiny

  • "The realities of the contracting environment, reduced funding on our programs and the need to lower costs have driven some difficult decisions for our company in terms of restructuring operations, including selected facilities consolidations and employment reductions," Mr. McNerney said.

    Boeing Swings to Profit

  • In many ways, the alignments and consolidations were not particularly in American interests.

    Matthew Yglesias » Over There

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