from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

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


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • But Mr. Vickers is also promoting a radical notion of what the retail banking system should look like by 2019—namely, a liberalized market in which the government will not step in to save any of the four largest U.K. banks from failure.

    A Brave New World for Britain's Banks

  • Their main problem is the failed fiscal policy and unending bailout, which countries with so-called liberalized financial markets are following in earnest, while still bashing Japan for the exact same thing.

    Latest Articles

  • Ha, considering it was set up as a reaction to the so called liberalized Wikipedia, it's done a pretty poor job of presenting fair and unbiased arguments.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Metered rates did not happened but a rate increase occured which had the same effect as intended all along which was to increase revenue and remain a monopoly in ever which way except in name, in a so called liberalized telecom sector.

    Barbados Underground

  • Been settin 'up nights a-frettin whut they's gonna send me to evalleyate, considerin' the "liberalized" classifieds andy plastic whoppers on the internet front page ..

    Ah dunno.

  • Been settin 'up nights a-frettin whut they's gonna send me to evalleyate, considerin' the "liberalized" classifieds an | Field & Stream

    Ah dunno.

  • McKay became "liberalized" by World War II as great as a University of Oregon, where he became a "star" among West Coast assistants.


  • Moreover, the new "liberalized" draft bill contains a powerful weapon to stifle small or large protests in Article 26, which would allow the government to impose cumulative fines between NT$30,000-NT$150,000 on the "responsible persons" for marches which the police decide to ban if participants do not comply and to increase the fine repeatedly until the orders are obeyed.

    Connecting the Dots -- UPDATED --

  • Alaska "liberalized" abortion laws before Roe v. Wade.

    Shannyn Moore: Life Begins at Rape -- Ask Palin

  • The Austrian authorities could impose a no-dual-membership requirement on the Wiener Staatsoper orchestra, unless they i.e., the WSO members in charge of the WP "liberalized" their hiring policies.

    Archive 2007-03-01


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.