- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of decentralize.
“In what ways does the Internet facilitate decentralizes markets?”
“Our Constitution decentralizes our election procedures over 13,000 counties and towns, with each counting its votes in its own way.”
“American and international pledges to aid Afghanistan won't stabilize the country unless Afghan President Hamid Karzai tackles corruption and decentralizes power, write Caroline Wadhams and Colin Cookman of the Center for American Progress.”
“Examples include innovations like the Toxic Release Inventory, which allows citizens to find out about health risks posed by local polluters; market incentives like carbon pricing and the cap-and-trade system first set up in 1990 to combat acid rain; and "civic environmentalism," which decentralizes decisions about, say, how to manage habitat vital to endangered species, from Washington regulators to local landowners.”
“New technology can be built that removes the middle man or at least decentralizes him.”
“This suggestion decentralizes the act of theology-making from denominational committees and seminary research libraries and, while placing value on their contribution, moves the real work of theology to the people and makes it liturgical.”
“The Afghan insurgency decentralizes tactical decisionmaking.”
“None of these things would ever happen though because it decentralizes power, which is not what those with the power want.”
“Economic decentralization also decentralizes population and so contributes to sustainable population centers.”
“SkyNews in the UK has been using UGC news clips sent in by the viewing public at large, so Newsbreakr simply decentralizes even more and allows the community to post news at a community site.”
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