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  • n. Alternative spelling of rollout.

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Examples

  • His departure came just weeks before RIM was to launch its PlayBook tablet, the company's most important roll-out in years.

    RIM Marketer Joins a Rival

  • The stalling decline of abortion occurred in tandem with a stalling roll-out of contraception to couples who want it.

    Unsafe abortions rising globally

  • Spot: "Outsider" -- Rick Perry cuts this ad to coincide with the roll-out of his agenda to reform Washington, which includes turning Congress into a part-time body.

    HUFFPOST FUNDRACE - How To Use Campaign Funds Improperly, Romney's First Ad, Political Ads Coming To Pandora

  • The airline said it will continue to seek cuts in operating expenses, a process it says should be made easier by the gradual roll-out of services using the next-generation Dreamliner jet.

    ANA Profit Jumps as Tourism Recovers

  • A company spokeswoman said it is still considering plans for an overseas roll-out of the tablet and will continue to sell a seven-inch model in Japan through a partnership with mobile carrier eAccess Ltd.

    Sharp Scales Back Tablets

  • Bound Up With Red Tape Regulatory and administrative hurdles are also delaying the roll-out of high-speed rail in Europe.

    Expect Delays

  • But most believe the Chinese experience should not be used as a reason to slow down the roll-out of the technology in other parts of the world.

    Expect Delays

  • Earlier Tuesday, investment firm Caris & Co. downgraded the company's stock-investment rating, citing cash burn concerns and because of the delay in the commercial roll-out of the new TiVo/DTV HD combo-box.

    TiVo Reports Wider Loss

  • By rapidly scaling up the roll-out of the pneumonia vaccine to more than 40 countries, including Kenya, GAVI and its partners can prevent approximately 700,000 deaths by 2015 and up to seven million deaths by 2030.

    Melinda Gates: Leadership + Innovation = Lives Saved

  • Mr. Sibal also told reporters that the government expects to resolve all pending issues related to the troubled telecommunications sector by October, including licensing, spectrum allocation, tariffs, roll-out obligations and mergers and acquisitions.

    India to Test Telecom Equipment for Security

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