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  • v  bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations
  • v  make regular or more regular
    regularize the heart beat with a pace maker

  • In June, Bishop Robert Tracy announced that he was setting up a good-conscience committee to regularize the process of bringing certain remarried Catholics back to the sacraments.
  • First, they regularize a woman's monthly cycle so that she has her "period" every 26 to 28 days, as nature presumably intended.
  • To regularize this situation, the seceders met at Bologna, home of the sausage of that name, founded the Italian National Centre Party, with a program identical to that of the .

  • Bertie Ahern in AHN
    We hope you'll be able to find a solution to their plight that will enable them to regularize their status and open them to a path of permanent residency,Ahern added.
  • Saleem Altaf in
    We are very clear that anyone who is on the payroll of the Board can't give statements when he feels like it or appear on television shows. We aim to regularize this system,Altaf said.
  • Timothy Geithner in BBC News
    The whole thing is broken and what we need right now is a system where we can regularize these folks so they can stay in Canada either under humanitarian grounds or being hired by a company. And the companies are telling us, home builders... Olivia Chow Mar 26, 2006 81989 109812 regularly We will closely and regularly monitor the appreciation of the renminbi and will continue to work towards expanded US export opportunities in China that support employment in the United States," he said.

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