compartmentalisation


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  • noun

Synonyms for compartmentalisation

a mild state of dissociation

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Kim said that the bank would seek to reduce annual costs by USD400m a year, restructuring to reduce compartmentalisation and cut bureaucracy, to better deliver bank services in its fight against poverty and underdevelopment.
Kildare chairman John McMahon explained: "We have put in a new system for stewarding inside in the ground, a new system for accessing and a new system for compartmentalisation once you get inside.
He pointed out that the correct use of fire resistant ductwork meant that fire compartmentalisation could be maintained and that it could assist in the safe dispersal of smoke and hazardous flames.
The solution offers AES 256 encryption and transmission over cellular, Wi-Fi and satellite networks, as well as compartmentalisation of private and professional e-mail and contacts.
finally, compartmentalisation among Christians and Mohammedans.