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  • n. The process of assigning priorities to things or tasks.


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From prioritize +‎ -ation.


  • Funds are earmarked for the wrong places; prioritization is skewed.

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  • In his address, Gillani denounced what he called the prioritization of rumor over government denials, saying it was "disrespectful" of his office.

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  • The strong economic and development planning and coordination function in the office of the President will be expected to cost and recommended options for the long-term prioritization process.

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  • Jun 26th, 2003 at 1: 06 pm in a state of emergency, prioritization is foremost and certainly relevant. but, here, we were neither in a state of * critical* emergency nor was prioritization based on anything but the whims of our city officials, not on hard data. what pissed me off more than anything was that schools were flatly denied running water in the bathrooms to wash hands. that was a very stupid judgment call, especially in light of the waste in commercial kitchens.

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  • The Treasury has previously said it cannot pick and choose which bills do pay in the event it cannot borrow enough to cover all its obligations, a process members of Congress called "prioritization."

  • It's called prioritization, and we've done it before. stories

  • "Patching the other nine issues early confirms that Microsoft factors public exploits in their own prioritization, which is a natural next step from their Exploitability Index."

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  • Tables S2 and S1, respectively, we attempted to assess the relative efficacy of UGET compared other well used gene expression prioritization tools (GeneDistiller and Endeavour).

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  • I have discussed a number of them in the past and this piece will focus on a couple areas, namely prioritization and discriminatory practices.

  • But "prioritization," worried Randy Capps, a researcher for the Migration Policy Institute [, by phone,] may not be strong enough.

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