- n. Plural form of liberalization.
“These kind of liberalizations may account for why the tradition remains popular, despite radical changes in dating and sexual habits among urban youth.”
“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.”
“liberalizations" will be offered to try to woo more black unions into the state industrial relations machinery.”
“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.”
“Mr. Tremonti on Friday promised "the mother of all" labor-market liberalizations.”
“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.”
“But while many hoped that Hamed's gestures would ease Bahrain's religious tensions, the liberalizations only saw the Shiite community become more militant.”
“These decisive economic liberalizations, and not socialism, are what laid the foundations for Sweden's success over the last 15 years.”
“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.”
“Who knows if the new liberalizations will also allow them to offer the banned products that are hidden in their kitchen.”
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