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putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form

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Pingtel has demonstrated to the editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY that its products and services deliver quality and innovation, while addressing the real needs in the marketplace," said Rich Tehrani, Editor-in-Chief of INTERNET TELEPHONY.
Barry Vinocur, editor-in-chief of Realty Stock Review, Property magazine and the daily e-mail newsletter, REIT Wrap, received the Industry Achievement Award.
Two speakers -- Rob McManamy, editor-in-chief of Design-Build Magazine, and Chris Wardle, founder and president of Triad Business Solutions -- will share their professional perspectives and discuss strategies to address layoffs, reduced project budgets, consumer confidence and recession-proofing your company.
Abbie Lundberg, CIO Editor-in-Chief, said, "Customer relationship management is a way for large organizations to gain the depth of understanding of their customers that comes naturally to smaller, local businesses.
The 2000 `Product of the Year' titles were awarded to products that according to Editor-in-Chief, Steve Steinke, "Make a difference to the readers--the enterprise networking and IT individuals who manage, administer, and support enterprise networks.