contemporise


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Related to contemporise: contemporize, contemporaneousness
  • verb

Synonyms for contemporise

arrange or represent events so that they co-occur

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Mr Bacon said these amendments also contemporise our state taxation legislation, as demonstrated by including modern family structures in the transfer of rural properties within a family.
She further said that FutureBrand had aimed to contemporise and even subvert traditional cricket branding by using colours and details evoking street art.
Vauxhall spokesman Simon Ewart says: "Our research shows that there is a need to contemporise the road landscape to mirror the needs of modern motorists.
Utting explains: "As part of the trend to contemporise brands and further engage with consumers, the 60m [pounds sterling]
Chairman Anthony O'Reilly said: 'We will continue to develop and contemporise our brands.
Marketing manager at distributor First Drinks Brands Sarah Clark said: "Malt has been seen as precious and we want to break that mould and contemporise it and get people to drink it more frequently.
Global Re-Image Campaign Contemporises Entire Look of KFC - From Logo to Restaurant Design, Advertising, Packaging, Point-Of-Sale, Uniforms and More
The script by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas contemporises Ludlum's original Cold War premise, the Variety reports.