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- n. The act of making regular, of regularizing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of regularizing, or making regular; the state of being made regular.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of bringing to uniformity; making regular
- n. the condition of having been made regular (or more regular)
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WIAN: Those demands are what he calls the regularization of Mexican undocumented workers in the United States, a temporary worker program, an increase in the number of visas for Mexicans, better economic development of the border region and proper human rights for migrants.
If this documentation of an increasing orderliness or regularization is considered as a part of the developing standards in the presentation of information, it was a standard that would serve both authors and readers.
Panizales believes the management's offer for the so-called regularization aims to diminish their union membership.
Johnny is one of the 25 workers of the ABS-CBN internal job market (IJM) who found themselves jobless days after ABC-CBN chairman Gabby Lopez issued a deadline for the workers to accept the so-called regularization scheme.
The problem is that Fox and Bush have different ideas of what "regularization" means.
Lawmakers have proposed everything from more walls along segments of the Mexican border and more Border Patrol agents, to a guest-worker program and "regularization" of undocumented workers.
Bush insiders first floated the idea of "regularization" for 3 million Mexicans.
Overlinking is often due to writers who believe that the text is improved by any addition of links, and who seem to have a "regularization" obsession - that all words which are the same, should appear the same.
He is already talking about "regularization" new code for amnesty.
Negotiations will also cover improved market access for Swiss financial products in the U.K. and the "regularization" of undeclared assets held by British citizens in
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