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- noun Alternative spelling of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the act of bringing to uniformity; making regular
- noun the condition of having been made regular (or more regular)
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Minister for Immigration Éric Besson - a member of the Socialist Party before he defected in 2007 - called the opposition party "irresponsible" for broaching the idea of regularisation, while several of his colleagues said even mentioning the notion could attract more illegal immigration.
"The industry needs some kind of regularisation as the copyright laws relating to this segment is quite lax," he told
A committee has been set up to figure out what this one-time 'regularisation' fee will be.
In which case, once Raja gets his 'regularisation' fee of Rs 5,000 crore, he should lower the annual spectrum fee.
If it was, which is the only way the 'regularisation' fee can be justified, then the TDSAT affidavit is false, and that's a serious offence.
Based on a 10 per cent interest rate, the 'regularisation' fee will yield Rs 500 crore in annual revenue in perpetuity while a 1-2 per cent higher spectrum fee generates several times this amount each year!
- the Postal Services Amendment Bill on the "regularisation" of the SA Post Office licence.
On immigration the Lib Dems want earned regularisation of illegal immigrants who have been in the country for a decade or more.
To do this, it needs recognition from Rome or else regularisation.
And that something must be a recognition or regularisation, at least temporary, of the S.S.P.X.
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