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  • v. Present participle of dualise.

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  • Under the programme, private companies are invited to partner Government in dualising roads and reap toll fees proceeds for an agreed period.

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  • Greater attention should be paid in the future to public policies which may significantly increase yields, thus increasing the incomes of farmers, without further dualising the farming system, and without contributing further to soil depletion.

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  • The idea of dualising a space X by considering the space of its morphisms to a fundamental space (in this case, {0,1}) is a common one in mathematics; for instance,

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