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  • n. Plural form of enablement.

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Examples

  • One of the reasons I believe so deeply in the commons approach by which i mean: contractually constructed regimes that tilt the field towards sharing and reuse, technological enablements that make public knowledge easy to find and use, and default policy rules that create incentives to share and reuse is that I think it is one of the only non-miraculous ways to defeat complexity.

    The Real Big Switch

  • For hence it proceedeth that princes find a solitude in regard of able men to serve them in causes of estate, because there is no education collegiate which is free, where such as were so disposed might give themselves in histories, modern languages, books of policy and civil discourse, and other the like enablements unto service of estate.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • For hence it proceedeth that princes find a solitude in regard of able men to serve them in causes of estate, because there is no education collegiate which is free; where such as were so disposed mought give themselves to histories, modern languages, books of policy and civil discourse, and other the like enablements unto service of estate.

    Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 3

  • Our marketing world today is replete with pseudo-intimacy; so many 1:1 and CRM enablements that confuse easier direct contact with human relevance.

    Forbes.com: News

  • * Throughout the last several releases of Fedora, it's been our goal to automate some of the hardware and software enablements that help users get their work done with a minimal amount of fuss.

    EFYTIMES.COM - by EFY NEWSNETWORK TEAM

  • If you have our infrastructure in place, and if we have other enablements such as the banking system in place,

    CNBC-CCTV: Philippines' Cebu Air Flies High on Debut - CNBC

  • We also recognize that, in the absence of adequate societal enablements, the stresses involved in interacting with […]

    Autism Hub

  • In 2008, IBM Innovation Centers assisted more than 22,000 business partners with workshops, seminars and consultations to build their skills and develop solutions on open standards and IBM technologies, leading to over 7,000 technology enablements.

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  • A true anointing produces: (1) increased group unity, and (2) stronger individuals - each with their own anointing (i.e., their own cloven tongue), and (3) new gifts and enablements, which break out of the box of their own private world (in this case they were speaking foreign languages.)

    RenewAmerica

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