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diversifications

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of diversification.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It is becoming redundant and superfluous to say the word diversifications in Nigeria.

    Rebuilding and Protecting the falling Naira

  • Specific details, especially concerning very ancient and rapid diversifications, can be difficult to discern.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • "The earlier diversifications did not receive full-blooded support in terms of investments to help them grow," says the chairman.

    Kicking The Habit

  • That's exactly what it had done in the U.K. starting in 1989, dismantling and unbundling a set of diversifications that were remarkably similar to that of ITC.

    Remaking Indian Tobacco Co.

  • Just as Kalyani first thought of the new diversifications, he also realized the need for a different team to eventually drive the new business.

    The New Bharat Forge

  • "The earlier diversifications did not receive full-blooded support in terms of investments to help them grow," says the chairman.

    Kicking The Habit

  • "The earlier diversifications did not receive full blooded support in terms of investments to help them grow," says the chairman.

    Remaking Indian Tobacco Co.

  • That's exactly what it had done in the U.K. starting in 1989, dismantling and unbundling a set of diversifications that were remarkably similar to that of ITC.

    Remaking Indian Tobacco Co.

  • "The earlier diversifications did not receive full blooded support in terms of investments to help them grow," says the chairman.

    Remaking Indian Tobacco Co.

  • It is abundantly evident that Microsoft has very little talent for acquisitions and diversifications.

    Why Steve Ballmer Will Keep Chasing Yahoo - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

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