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  • But Mr. Locke said India should continue the process of economic liber alization it started in 1991 by reducing tariffs on a range of goods, from pistachios to medical devices, and allowing greater foreign investment in sectors such as retail and infrastructure.

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  • It was a bitter ~v. alization to discover Noah was still in character, playing the role of attentive husband.

    Undercover Vows

  • His thoughts raced, and something, no, someone jabbed him with the re-alization that he would die, should he continue to reject the fate the sorcerer had decreed for him.

    Stormwarden

  • In spite of some ill-judged nation alization measures in recent years, the ratio of public to private enterprise is barely greater in Britain than in some of the Continental countries which show better growth records, nor even much greater than in the United States if you take your defence and space programmes as being a form of public enterprise.

    Britain's Problems In Perspective

  • A true departure from Greek precedents was the manner in which mathematics of the nineteenth cen - tury set out, in earnest, to deal with infinity — especially with the infinitely large — by confrontation and actu - alization.

    INFINITY

  • Luigi Cornaro's Discorsi della vita sobria (1558) represents a Renaissance combination of Cicero's ide - alization of senescence and a simplified Galenic regimen.

    LONGEVITY

  • Woolman had a keen sense of what modern psychology calls “ration alization.”

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • The NJ Christie-alization of DemLib big government union, identity politics

    The Minority Report

  • In the past 10 years of beginning economic liber - • Secure and economically viable energy supply; alization and high GDP growth rates, total transport demand • Climate and soil protection; and has been growing at about 10\% per year.

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  • Textron's restructuring program includes corporate and segment direct and indirect workforce reductions, consolidation of facilities primarily in the United States and Europe, ration - alization of certain product lines, outsourcing of non-core production activity, the divestiture of non-core businesses, and streamlining of sales and administrative overhead.

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