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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of globalise.


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  • Furthermore, is it entirely wise, in the present economic and political climate, to be quite so closely associated with what one might term a globalised elite?

    The Danger of Wanting to be Californian

  • "The economic emancipation of the African continent lies in our ability to see ourselves as one people moving forward with one purpose to gain respectability and recognition in a so-called globalised world where the race for economic prosperity is overshadowing the survival of weak and fragile nations," Rawlings said during a private visit to Zimbabwe.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He calls globalised stars like Shahrukh Khan "cultural brokers".


  • Faces of immigration is an important project in our time of conflict in a 'globalised' world.

    Abbie's Imports

  • Our complex, 'globalised' world of megastates and technological hubris will be but a fading memory.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Monsignor Gianfranco Girotti, a close ally of the Pope and a top official in the Vatican, has come up with a new list of deadly sins for the modern "globalised" world.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • To make matters worse, McCrum quotes a reviewer's use of the word "globalised" to draw his own unwarranted inferences.

    Accidental Blogger

  • The government concedes that half a million jobs have been eliminated in recent months in "globalised" sectors of the economy, including the textile, gem and jewelry, and auto industries and in business processing.


  • Perhaps your delusion only exists by imagining it is possible for any nation in an increasingly integrated "globalised" world to be or to become an empire.

    The Nation: Top Stories

  • It has been latter "globalised" by the united Nations

    Phoenix Arizona Real Estate Local News and Business Directory


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