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liberalizations

Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of liberalization.

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Examples

  • These kind of liberalizations may account for why the tradition remains popular, despite radical changes in dating and sexual habits among urban youth.

    Love Is A Game (Show)

  • So the DEP adopted a few "liberalizations" of hunting regulations to lower the deer count, says Dale May, director of the DEP's Wildlife Division.

    Hartford Advocate: News

  • "liberalizations" will be offered to try to woo more black unions into the state industrial relations machinery.

    11. The Struggle Continues

  • But the sum total of the "mother of all liberalizations" that Economy Minister Giulio Tremonti promised this summer comes to a new framework to liberalize local public contracts at some point in the future, and relaxed rules on shops' opening hours.

    Italy: It's Not a 'Phase'

  • Mr. Tremonti on Friday promised "the mother of all" labor-market liberalizations.

    The Parthenon in Rome

  • Mr. Tremonti said last week the government planned to streamline Italy's heavy bureaucracy by passing a measure he deemed the "mother of all liberalizations."

    ECB Puts Pressure on Italy

  • But while many hoped that Hamed's gestures would ease Bahrain's religious tensions, the liberalizations only saw the Shiite community become more militant.

    Iran's Bahraini Ambitions

  • These decisive economic liberalizations, and not socialism, are what laid the foundations for Sweden's success over the last 15 years.

    The Swedish Model

  • And I must have been distracted when you mentioned the timeline for further liberalizations in insurance, the media and retail, as well as an ambitious plan of public divestitures.

    Dear Mr. Mukherjee: A Shout-Out for India Budget 2010

  • Who knows if the new liberalizations will also allow them to offer the banned products that are hidden in their kitchen.

    Yoani Sanchez: Lobster, Shrimp and Beef: Will Cuban Laws Against Their Possession Change?

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