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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of delink.


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  • This means that if environmental policies focus on P rather than E, there is no reason why high levels of energy use (and the utility derived from it) cannot be enjoyed and pollution virtually eliminated in the long term, a process known as delinking environmental concerns from energy use.

    Chapter 12

  • China Business Council, a trade organization, said the most significant trade policy announcement was one known as a "delinking": China will issue rules assuring foreign firms that they can bid for Chinese government procurements even if the technology involved isn't developed in China.

    Rivals Seek New Balance

  • To her credit, CLA chairwoman-designate Wang Ju-hsuan openly opposed the call for "delinking" and correctly noted that the linkage provides a "minimum guarantee" for the rights of Taiwan's over 300,000 foreign laborers and warned that abolishing the linkage would cause innumerable problems with management of foreign labor as victims of "de-linking" will naturally try to find better paid employment.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • "A Critique of the Stiglitz Report," you say that negotiated globalization must pass through "delinking" to build an auto-centered but non-autarkic national economy.

  • Reference to the EGoM will be appropriate for final decision on major contentious issues such as delinking of spectrum from licence and revising the structure of licensing regime after the due deliberations in Telecom Commission, "Telecom Minister A Raja said in his letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. - Top HomePage-TopStories News Headlines

  • The initial aim was simple: to bring about acknowledgement of yoga's Hindu roots by highlighting not only the delinking of yoga from its spiritual framework by the yoga industry, but also the erroneous idea that yoga is primarily a physical practice based on asana.

    Suhag A. Shukla, Esq.: Yoga Won't Wreck Your Body But May Make You More Hindu

  • "However, as various United Nations and NGO reports including reports by Eric Kajemba and other Congolese activists have explained in depth, the link between armed groups and mining remains strong -- and delinking that nexus remains key to broader reform efforts in the region."

    Aaron Hall: Setting the Record Straight on Conflict Minerals

  • Ted Dean , chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, said the announcement was "a very important step" in delinking government procurement from indigenous innovation.

    China Plans to Ease Rules That Irked Companies

  • U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic leadership have reached a compromise with conservative Blue Dog democrats over health care that would "significantly weaken the public option favored by liberals by delinking reimbursement rates to Medicare," according to Politico. comand CNN.

    Defeat The Blue Dogs: Protect The Public Option In Health Care Reform

  • Other TRAI proposals include revised merger and acquisition rules, delinking licenses from bandwidth and introducing a uniform license fee across all telecom licenses and service areas.

    India Telecom Body Accepts Proposal for Spectrum Cap


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