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- adj. Having undergone industrialisation.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of industrialise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made industrial; converted to industrialism
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In this report the term industrialised countries refers primarily to high-income countries that belong to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Bellemin told a news conference it was important for South Africa to continue the tradition of pure research established by what he called the industrialised sector of its society.
Since 1991, the Industry Property Law (LPI Ley de Propiedad Industrial) and Copyright Law (LDA Ley de Derechos de Autor) assure foreign investors the same protection that exists in industrialised countries, and is usually not found in the legislations of most of the developing countries.
Use of the phrase, particularly in industrialised nations, is believed by scientists to have altered the chemical composition of the atmosphere through a build up of gases.
As Canadians, we belong to the fortunate 14 per cent of the world's population that live in industrialised countries and control 76 per cent of the world's wealth.
The other, perhaps not so nostalgic, reason was the question: "How would he, the great conceptual thinker and practitioner, tackle the challenges of globalisation, which are worrying so many people in industrialised countries today?"
Carved into each imprint is a series of untitled industrialised analogue sounding grooves by underground evangelists such as Kassem Mosse, Even Tuell and Lowtec.
Razali's format proposed two "industrialised" countries - expected to be Germany and Japan - should join as permanent members, along with three others from Africa, Asia, and Latin
Last week he addressed delegates at a Citywire event in Berlin, explaining to investment analysts and money managers how economic decisions are made 'in bedrooms and bathrooms' and why the dichotomy between 'industrialised' and 'developing' countries is misleading.
"They were old Merthyr, they had their roots in the Merthyr that was a village before it became industrialised, which is almost aristocracy in that sense.
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