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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of regularise.

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Examples

  • "There are sound and compelling reasons for the government not to include the unit in the investigation, given the ruling of the Constitutional Court that Heath's position as head of the unit should be 'regularised' as soon as possible," it said.

    ANC STATEMENT ON ARMS DEAL MYTHS

  • * There are sound and compelling reasons for the government not to include the unit in the investigation, given the ruling of the constitutional court that the Heath's position as head of the unit should be 'regularised' as soon as possible.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There are sound and compelling reasons for the government not to include the unit in the investigation, given the ruling of the constitutional court that the Heath's position as head of the unit should be 'regularised' as soon as possible.

    STATEMENT ON THE ARMS PROCUREMENT

  • But the gem of the book perhaps, as far as good novel-matter is concerned (for Jérôme himself is not much more than a stalking-horse for satire), is Malvina, his first left-handed and then "regularised" spouse, and very much his better half.

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century

  • It calls for extant illegals (the ones doing the crappy jobs indigenous layabouts won't get up to do) to be 'regularised' because they would appear to be making a contribution to the economy (as opposed to the indigenous layabouts).

    Army Rumour Service

  • It calls for extant illegals (the ones doing the crappy jobs indigenous layabouts won't get up to do) to be 'regularised' because they would appear to be making a contribution to the economy (as opposed to the indigenous layabouts).

    Army Rumour Service

  • Constitutional Court that Heath's position as head of the unit should be 'regularised' as soon as possible, "it said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Richard Murphy, head of Tax Research, said: No indication is given as to how these accounts are to be regularised.

    Secrecy deal with Switzerland could let Britons avoid £40bn in taxes

  • One anon. writes: "A couple of days ago Bishop Rifan concelebrated a new mass in Brazil; the FSSP and other regularised traditional groups are silent and have no bishop; the monks of Papa Stronsay wait and wait."

    Motu Proprio "Ecclesiae Unitatem" - in English

  • A couple of days ago Bishop Rifan concelebrated a new mass in Brazil; the FSSP and other regularised traditional groups are silent and have no bishop; the monks of Papa Stronsay wait and wait.

    Motu Proprio "Ecclesiae Unitatem" - in English

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