implemented : Definition, Usages, News and More

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im pluh men tuhd

  • v  apply in a manner consistent with its purpose or design
  • v  ensure observance of laws and rules;
  • v  pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue
    He implemented a new economic plan
  • a  forced or compelled or put in force

  • Meanwhile, Georgia Tech which implemented a no-tray program in response to the drought of 2007 estimated that the university saved 3,000 gallons of water per day by giving .
  • This is one of many pilot programs that are being tested, but none are being implemented fast enough to address the severity of the challenge.
  • As in schools from South Carolina to Wyoming that have implemented similar bans recently, Attleboro administrators cite fears that children could get hurt and their parents might .
News & Articles


  • Tony Blair in BBC News
    Mr Blair said: "These changes are significant and, once implemented, should have a dramatic influence on the daily lives of the people of Gaza and on the private sector."
  • Stephen Harper in Montreal Gazette
    The most important lesson to be taken away is that the benefits of legalization depend strongly on how it is implemented. Some veteran growers in far northern California oppose legalization, fearing it would increase competition and cut profits,... Daniel Hamburg Birmingham Star Jul 8, 2010 50090 67771 implemented The fiscal stimulus we have implemented was necessary to protect our economies from a much worse crisis," he said. "It worked. But we are not out of the woods, yet. The recovery and private demand is not yet assured in all G20 countries and...

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