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

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  • adj. involving or characterized by harmony


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  • The so-called harmonised draft is only the latest leap in Kenyas 20 year elusive search for a new constitution. - Photown News

  • Most Orthodox Churches in India have "harmonised" or whatever the technical term is with western Churches.

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  • Much of the focus is now on the "zentral duo" Bastian Schweinsteiger and Sami Khedira, who have been celebrated for the way they "harmonised" against England "like the bass players in a very inspired rock band".

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  • By the end of the decade both rates had been "harmonised" at 15%, which is where VAT stayed until the 1991-92 tax year, when John Major's government nudged it upwards to 17.5%.

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  • The older calves, usually the respected teachers among them, would become frightened as they neared their time and then the hisses and taps would become a kind of harmonised prayer to give them strength and courage.

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  • If they have their way, it will be the first "harmonised" EU census, with all 27 member states asking the same questions.

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  • Such laws must be "harmonised" in accordance with China's WTO commitments, he said, warning that failure to do so might lead to disputes with its trading partners in the global body.

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  • The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions has given the government until the end of the year to specifically outlaw sexual harassment at the work place under the proposed "harmonised" labour relations law, or they will take to the streets, the Ziana news agency reports.

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  • The ITSEC is currently being "harmonised" with the Orange Book ...

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  • (EPA), member states of the Southern Africa Customs Union (SACU) have finally taken a 'harmonised' position on the matter when the next round of negotiations with the European Commission (EC) begins.



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