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  • noun Alternative spelling of regularization.

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.

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  • "The industry needs some kind of regularisation as the copyright laws relating to this segment is quite lax," he told

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  • A committee has been set up to figure out what this one-time 'regularisation' fee will be.

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  • In which case, once Raja gets his 'regularisation' fee of Rs 5,000 crore, he should lower the annual spectrum fee.

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  • 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.

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  • 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!

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  • - the Postal Services Amendment Bill on the "regularisation" of the SA Post Office licence.

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  • On immigration the Lib Dems want earned regularisation of illegal immigrants who have been in the country for a decade or more.

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  • To do this, it needs recognition from Rome or else regularisation.

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  • And that something must be a recognition or regularisation, at least temporary, of the S.S.P.X.

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