American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A mountain, 4,309.7 m (14,130 ft) high, in the Rocky Mountains of west-central Colorado.
- n. alternative spelling of operationalization.
“Also on the agenda will be the "operationalisation" of the institutions of the African Union and the implementation of New”
“Apart from the draft election protocol, other issues on the agenda would include a review of the regional political situation, the "operationalisation" of the African Union Peace and Security”
“It closed with the election of an AU Commission chairman and deputy, and seven commissioners - five of them women - who are expected to realise the "operationalisation".”
“Mamoepa described as the "operationalisation" of the SADC's organ on defence politics.”
“There might have been problems with the "operationalisation" of anti-Aids projects such as the musical Sarafina, and the claimed cure Virodene.”
“UN Secretary-General Ban's recent report on R2P was an important step towards the operationalisation of the principle.”
“These funds are towards the operationalisation of the Fund.”
“Accordingly, we will this year complete the licensing and operationalisation of Infraco.”
“We're going to Zimbabwe on Monday to discuss those very matters that are holding up the operationalisation of the power-sharing deal",”
“We're going to Zimbabwe on Monday to discuss those very matters that are holding up the operationalisation of the power-sharing deal.”
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