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  • v. Present participle of computerize.


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  • This time Moon's editors denounced the Obama administration's plans for achieving some efficiencies in health-care delivery, such as computerizing records to avoid duplication and to reduce chances of life-threatening misdiagnoses.

    WTimes' Hypocritical Obama-Nazi Slur

  • Of course, UTC admits that "computerizing" the Blackhawk could add as much as $2 million to the chopper's base $15 million price tag, but just think of the benefits. The Motley Fool

  • As the economic crisis brings construction activity to a virtual standstill, the city is planning to streamline the development approval process through steps such as computerizing portions of the procedure so that builders can save time and money.

    Crain's New York Business - Breaking News Feeds

  • "computerizing" school instructional material could be a great idea.

    Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas Homepage

  • Miller: Supervisor of quality control lab at CP Chemicals, computerizing analytical data.

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  • China is computerizing everything, leading to an explosion in IT services, but since there is no domestic IT company, IBM becomes the default choice, he says.

    Big Blue's 2010 In India

  • McNamara is credited with using the management techniques he mastered as a corporate executive to streamline the Pentagon, computerizing and smoothing out much of the U.S. military's vast purchasing and personnel system.

    Vietnam-era Pentagon chief McNamara dead at 93

  • Specify is a client-server database platform for museums and herbaria which processes specimen information for computerizing holdings, managing collection management transactions, and for mobilizing species occurrence data to the web.

    Specify 6

  • “Despite nearly 10 years and countless dollars spent on computerizing its operations,” Benjamin wrote almost a year ago, on July 16, “the cemetery still relies mostly on paper burial records that in some cases do not match the headstones.”

    Maybe thousands more missing at Arlington

  • Not only does the government plan to plow $20 billion into computerizing health records, the angel investment community has taken an interest in the sector.

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