- n. a reduction in emphasis.
- n. the act of de-emphasizing.
“The de-emphasis of the HR function during the 1990s, for example, left agency leaders ill-prepared to meet the strategic hiring, performance and retention challenges that have been plaguing government.”
“But Comerica's de-emphasis on commercial mortgages continues to dampen the expansion of the bank's overall loan book.”
“With the news yesterday that the Sci-Fi Channel is becoming SyFy (with a de-emphasis on actual SF) you can hear SF fans everywhere crying out in anguish.”
“We have seen the start of this process with the de-emphasis of the lunar outpost in favour of NEO encounters.”
“EA's revenue in the period declined to $1.05 billion from $1.24 billion a year earlier, a drop the company says was largely due to its de-emphasis of a distribution business through which it ships other companies' games to retailers.”
“Others say abstinence-only sex education and a possible de-emphasis on birth control may play a part.”
“The global economic recession and the de-emphasis of HIV/AIDS treatment in favor of other global health initiatives threatens to undermine the impressive results achieved thus far in treating HIV/AIDS in the resource limited setting.”
“America's role in the world and a rapid de-emphasis on military solutions and restoration of the principles of international law.”
“Second, the posture review represents a necessary de-emphasis in the role of nuclear weapons in U.S. defense and foreign policy.”
“WSJ Symposium Debating Obama's New Nuclear Doctrine Second, the posture review represents a necessary de-emphasis in the role of nuclear weapons in U.S. defense and foreign policy.”
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