- v. alternative spelling of prioritize.
- v. assign a priority to
“I have been doing a little bit of a lot of things, due to an inability to prioritise which is worse today than normal.”
“Sasco also hit out at the IDT for failing to "prioritise" black tertiary institutions and for its failure to extend its boundaries to include various technikons and colleges of education.”
“The revenue funds for 2010-11 amount to a 2. 7% increase and will help "prioritise" spending on frontline services.”
“Paul Bettison, chairman of the Local Government Association Environment Board, said eight councils had to "prioritise" their remaining salt stocks to focus on the most important roads.”
“Councillor Paul Bettison, chairman of the Local Government Association Environment Board, said eight councils have had to "prioritise" their remaining salt stocks in order to focus on the most important roads.”
“The Horsemen's Group chairman, Paul Dixon, said: We are pleased at the way the Jockey Club has stepped up to the plate to prioritise prize money at this critical juncture for those who work in the racing industry.”
“As councils set their budgets for the next financial year – many with tough settlements from the government – it is critical that local councillors remember the importance of social care and support to people with a learning disability and prioritise such support.”
“Leeds prioritise league after Jermaine Beckford penalty sets up replay”
“Government must prioritise investment in transport that contributes most to economic growth.”
“They have had to learn to prioritise certain jobs in the precious daylight hours.”
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