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  • v  become technologically advanced
  • v  make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to

  • What this does do, however, is slap a huge royal seal on efforts to modernise the monarchy in the wake of Diana's death.
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  • U.S. arms companies see rising foreign demand
    PARIS (Reuters) - U.S. arms makers see rising foreign demand for fighter jets, missile defence systems and other weapons as countries modernise their forces and U.S. officials, facing tighter budgets, ...
    June 18, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance

  • Dana Perino in Daily Times
    It is a comprehensive effort to reduce US reliance on nuclear weapons and streamline and modernise our nuclear infrastructure,Perino said.
  • Cameron Diaz in
    What I will be emphasising is Australia's clear views on opposing the killing of whales in the Southern Ocean in the name of science and advocating a well researched proposal to modernise the IWC by introducing conservation management plans for... Peter Garrett Melbourne Herald Sun,21985,23908061-5005961,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFWjovCcJqTbzxMNkkfvgCc0D-PzQ Jun 22, 2008 64580 85798 modernise These are the princesses we grew up on," Diaz said. "We get to keep our princesses, and we get to modernise them."

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