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decentralizing

dis en truh lahy zing

  • v  make less central
  • a  tending away from a central point

  • It will be universally cheap, decentralizing industry, and producing no dirt.
  • This year, they decided to try "an experiment in decentralizing the congregation on Christmas morning," says senior pastor Bill Hybels.
  • Throughout its modern history, Iraq has been ruled from Baghdad with Sunnis holding the whip, and it is still the Sunnis who oppose decentralizing power to the provinces.
News & Articles

  • Columbus school board approves administrative changes
    The Columbus Board of Education has given a collective thumbs-up to interim Superintendent Dan Good’s reorganization of the district’s administration, which puts an emphasis on decentralizing decision-making. Good displayed a revised organizational flow chart to the board last night, with the greatest administrative change being that Deputy Superintendent John Stanford is no longer over every ...
    Aug. 7, 2013 - The Columbus Dispatch
Quotes

  • Joe Biden in CBS News
    In a column in The New York Times, Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., wrote that the idea "is to maintain a united Iraq by decentralizing it, giving each ethno-religious group ...... room to run its own affairs, while leaving the central government in...
  • Leslie Gelb in New York Times
    The idea, as in Bosnia, is to maintain a united Iraq by decentralizing it, giving each ethno-religious group - Kurd, Sunni Arab and Shiite Arab - room to run its own affairs, while leaving the central government in charge of common interests,...
  • Bill Ritter in Daily Camera
    There were mistakes made about decentralizing the system, duplicating efforts. You know, the procurement system, I think, was not well thought out across state government, and not how they talked to each other,Ritter said Thursday. "You...

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