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  • v. Present participle of globalize.


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  • However bleak a globalizing world may look at times, the story could still have a happy ending, an ending that brings out the best in religion as religion brings out the best in people.


  • I must admit that I'm not too keen on the idea of globalizing American sports in foreign countries.

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  • Treason upon the U.S. Constitution in "globalizing" and merging our economy with that of the rest of the world to begin with, facilitated by Washington and its economic alliances outside of purely trade agreements that such meetings as this represent.

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  • In addition, the first paper the Bilderberg org wrote was on "globalizing" or a New world order.

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  • Many universities speak of "globalizing" as the societies around them globalize, but the great American universities would do well to resist the urge to franchise their undergraduate experiences, and instead on the "lifelong phase" that follows them.

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  • As a technology leader in my building here in Winnipeg I'm working SO hard to get some...even a few...on board with 'globalizing' their classrooms.

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  • South Africa, the rapid development and 'globalizing' of business in

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  • I was in the process of "globalizing" this particular application and I had recently used the

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  • * Openness, including press freedom, is one of the very "globalizing" forces America and her allies fight for

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  • And Mr. Obama clearly demonstrates once again his agendas as one in which the American people are more an afterthought than the foreign and global interests of his corporate backers and Wall Street executives who were responsible for "globalizing" our economy to begin with, using Washington also as a joint venture partner in this arrangement against both our Constitution and the form of government the founders created as a sovereign country whose interests, both economically and politically, were never meant to be merged with that of other nations.

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