- n. Plural form of diversification.
“It is becoming redundant and superfluous to say the word diversifications in Nigeria.”
“Specific details, especially concerning very ancient and rapid diversifications, can be difficult to discern.”
“The earlier diversifications did not receive full blooded support in terms of investments to help them grow," says the chairman.”
“That's exactly what it had done in the U.K. starting in 1989, dismantling and unbundling a set of diversifications that were remarkably similar to that of ITC.”
“It is abundantly evident that Microsoft has very little talent for acquisitions and diversifications.”
“The earlier diversifications did not receive full-blooded support in terms of investments to help them grow," says the chairman.”
“Just as Kalyani first thought of the new diversifications, he also realized the need for a different team to eventually drive the new business.”
“In the short range, Nigeria is obsessed with easy money of oil trading and out rightly rejects the growing diversifications of her economy she initiated.”
“KURTZ: Is it a sign of -- I don't know maturity or diversifications or tolerance that Republicans too -- people who has worked at one time in Republican politics can fill this role?”
“The islands display immigration of species, diversifications and emergent endemism.”
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