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deena shuh nuh li zay shuhn

  • n  changing something from state to private ownership or control

  • Instead he preached ruthless denationalization to Congress, last week, as the keynote of his whole new fiscal policy.
  • When Sir John Morison, 60, a canny Scottish accountant, took over Britain's steel denationalization program four weeks ago, he made it clear that he intended to drive a Scottish .
  • At issue was the Chirac Cabinet's proposed decree calling for the gradual denationalization of 65 large, state-owned companies and banks, including the Elf Aquitaine oil trust, the .

  • Sharad Pawar in Outlook (registration)
    We will show that the various state sanctions in Arab countries did not occur haphazardly, but were the result of an international collusion organized by the League of Arab States at the time to set in place a blueprint for the denationalization of... Irwin Cotler National Post Nov 5, 2007 26389 35116 denaturant We propose that denatured ethanol -- ethanol to which a denaturant is added, which makes it conversion for potable purpose physically difficult and economically unviable, be included in the list of special goods under CST," said Sharad Pawar,...

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