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


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  • TRIPS effectively globalises the set of intellectual property principles it contains, because most countries are members of, or are seeking membership of, the World Trade Organisation that administers TRIPS.


  • During our discussion today we also observed that as the world globalises, we continue to be confronted by unacceptable levels of poverty and deprivation, disease, war and conflict.

    Remarks at the State Banquet - White House

  • As government and economy globalises, no national state can play rigidly and precisely for the future.


  • As India globalises and swelling middle classes become increasingly materialistic, underlying religious beliefs remain deep-rooted in the world's largest democracy of 1.2 billion people, where 80 percent are Hindus and 13 percent are Muslims.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Well as the world globalises and young people set their sites beyond one constituency, one region or one nation the traditional ways we indentify communities of voters become less important.

  • Putting the UK market into an international context is becoming increasingly important, as communications service provision globalises and as technological innovation breaks down traditional national market boundaries.

  • "Neo-liberal globalisation globalises corruption, crime, money laundering, no democratic accountability.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As the world digitises, globalises, unplugs, and re-organises, having too much to do has become our biggest complaint. "

    Daily News & Analysis


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