decentralised


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Synonyms for decentralised

withdrawn from a center or place of concentration

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Locals would be encouraged to adopt decentralised garbage management methods like aerobic bins and bio-gas plants.
The European Union is implementing a decentralised procedure for accelerated approval of generic drug applications under the International Generic Drug Regulators Pilot programme, it was reported yesterday.
Two of the largest deals in 2008 were completed in the decentralised market, thus boosting overall take-up figures to a record high.
Divided into seven chapters, the book examines the institutional structure for decentralised planning; the finances of the Panchayati Raj institutions; the planning process at the district level and the Mandal plan process; the priority structure with respect to resource allocation; and monitoring and implementation.
As systems are becoming larger and more complex, the adoption of solutions that are both decentralised and scalable is becoming increasingly important.
The Community Patent Tribunal will consist of a central chamber attached to the Court of First Instance and decentralised chambers at various locations throughout the Community.
Major Blue(R) Palkat is a flexibel system which meets the demands of ISS, for example adaptation to several contract sectors, arious payment categories and decentralised payroll processing.
Regulation 1659/98, which establishes the implementing procedures for decentralised co-operation, is due to expire on December 31.
1- Create greater awareness in the mass media circles about decentralised planning process, policy and institutions and their strategic relevance to inclusive development;