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  • v  give legal value to or establish as the legal tender of a country
    They monetized the lira

  • If you need people to find new ways to monetize music, they're likely to stumble into Clive's office as much as they are anyone else's for his vision.
  • What better reason to monetize its lite status than to admit students from outside the lite? "The Harvard label is just another way to do preppy merchandise," says menswear .
  • So far, Padilla and Hecox haven't been able to monetize their viral notoriety on any significant scale, although they do sell ads on Smosh.
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  • Larry Page in CNN International
    The project is part of Google's Print Program, which Page said "enables users to find matches within the full text of books, while publishers and authors monetize that information."
  • Dave Freudenthal in Houston Chronicle
    What you see is all of those efforts pushing in the direction of forcing the federal government to finally do what it should do and figure out how to monetize carbon and integrate that into the economy,Freudenthal said.
  • Virginia Judge in Sunday
    The BlackBerry ecosystem is thriving and with the new services platform announced today we will help developers further monetize their applications and build breakthrough, highly responsive, location-aware applications for BlackBerry... Jim Balsillie (press release) Nov 9, 2009 64845 86110 money-spinner The wedding industry is a big money-spinner, and the devil is in the detail," Ms Judge said. "There is too much at stake, financially and emotionally, for couples not to do their homework."

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