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  • n. Alternative spelling of centralizer.


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  • It is worth recalling, however, that circumstances obliged Thatcher to be a centraliser, who worked against the grain of the traditional British state.

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  • Not a centraliser: Miliband's "double devolution" agenda could steal some of the Tories 'thunder on localism.

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  • His beliefs certainly aren't showing in any consistent way - sometimes he'sespousing "change" and sometimes he's the "heir to Blair"; he oscillates between beingan arch-centraliser and arampant free-marketeer; and - perhaps most damaging - his Big Ideascome witha ten-year time lag.

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  • En bref, ça permet de centraliser en un seul endroit toutes vos lectures de blogs et de nouvelles.

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  • And it's as good as peeing on our heads for the great regulator and centraliser in chief to lecture us about bottom up democracy.

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  • The arguments that matter now are between centraliser and localist, well meaning autocrats and disenfranchised communities, the state and the governed.

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  • L'objectif tait de centraliser toutes les forces sur les directions provinciales de la sant beaucoup intresses et avances en matire de pharmacope traditionnelle.

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  • Et d'abord, pour exécuter cette réforme, il faudrait centraliser le pouvoir_.

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  • Indeed, he is an instinctive centraliser and conservative whose differences with Mbeki concern presidential style more than political ideology.

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  • Ce mécanisme permet de centraliser la gestion de l '

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