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modernisation

A process in which a society moves away from traditional views towards rational/secular views, and away from a subtext of survival and security towards one of self-expression.
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A[cedilla] Modernize safety important systems and replace 6 and 0.
Instead, the weapons are expected to be upgraded with enhanced military capabilities given the US decision to modernize them.
If the NAIC steps up and says there are efficiencies that can be gained, state regulation is where it belongs and we can modernize it to the point that we can share those efficiencies with everybody, including policyholders, taxpayers and businesses, then I believe state regulation is here to stay for another 130 years.
We recognize the need to modernize our towel mnufacturing plants to reduce costs and improve quality.
Rubin said bills introduced in the House and the Senate to modernize the financial services system were highly constructive, although somewhat different from the Clinton administration's recommendations, and that a bipartisan effort could yield significant results this year.
This support makes it less costly and risky to modernize COBOL applications and maintain them running on trusted OpenVMS servers.
to modernize all of the elevators using MCE controllers at 550 Broad Street.
Congress will get to see what the NAIC is doing to modernize state insurance regulation," he said.
As the initial reviews of countries' abilities and plans for civil/military airspace management came to completion, it became apparent that all the countries wished to modernize their airspace management along certain core concepts.
The AICPA Tax Division is deeply involved in developing a comprehensive proposal to modernize subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code.

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