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And every day that goes by with another newspaper closure or downsizing, and another decline in television ratings or talk of 'regionalizing' local news, I just keep saying it over and over, both to myself and any business leader or public relations or advertising firm that will listen.
Bush officials call their approach a test for an evolving model of "regionalizing" conflict resolution: U.S. troops under Clinton trained the Nigerians going in, followed by the Nigerian-dominated Economic Community of West African States, known as Ecowas.
Some clarification: Yahoo isn't shutting down Right Media's international ad exchange, but it is "regionalizing" its management structure.
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CBS got lucky — none of the games is a made-for-TV matchup — but regionalizing the games, he says, was a judgment call: Normally, we don't regionalize Duke.
So we're regionalizing the way we deliver the services.
Uncertainties due to insufficient AOGCM resolution and different methods of regionalizing (downscaling) AOGCM results.
People should be made aware of the importance of re-regionalizing their food and to support their local farms.
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It's gonna get really ugly, further regionalizing the party and peeling away young voters.
So while Matt mentions that a super-regional agency might be less responsive to local concerns and commenter swatter rightly notes the tendency of big government agencies to get only bigger, there are probably some real cost savings to be achieved by regionalizing transit in the Puget Sound region (whether that results in a reduced sales tax rate is a discussion for another day).
H&M is expanding into new markets and regionalizing store logistics, which has led to higher conversion costs.