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internationalize

in ter na shuh nuh lahyz

  • v  put under international control
    internationalize trade of certain drugs
  • v  make international in character
    We internationalized the committee

  • He said he would agree to our ownership of the canal if we would agree to internationalize it.
  • The conference in The Hague which included delegates from 70 nations aims to internationalize reconstruction efforts.
  • Presenting their own lists of nominees as alternatives to those proposed by the Curia, they won a substantial victory and thus managed to internationalize the commissions.
News & Articles

  • Regents goal: internationalize U, despite program cuts
    By: Roy Aker Study abroad participation at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is among the highest in the nation, keeping with the University’s overall goal to internationalize the institution. But at a Thursday Board of Regents meeting, six minors and one major focused on international study — from Hebrew to Latin American Studies — were officially discontinued. A consent report by the ...
    June 19, 2013 - The Minnesota Daily
Quotes

  • Orville Schell in Los Angeles Times
    On every front, China is trying to globalize and internationalize itself,says China expert Orville Schell, who has written extensively about the region, including the book "Virtual Tibet: Searching for Shangri-La From the Himalayas to...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in San Diego Union Tribune
    I'm a big believer that we ought to internationalize this, but it will take a big change in our administration's thinking,Clinton said. "I don't see that it's forthcoming."

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