OTHER WORDS FROM centralizecen·tral·iz·er, nouno·ver·cen·tral·ize, verb, o·ver·cen·tral·ized, o·ver·cen·tral·iz·ing.re·cen·tral·ize, verb, re·cen·tral·ized, re·cen·tral·iz·ing.un·cen·tral·ized, adjective
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A managed services provider contract centralizes that function with an outsourced partner like AMN.A depleted workforce and no end in sight: An inside look at America’s ailing health care industry|Erika Fry|December 8, 2020|Fortune
He argues that cryptocurrencies preserve the ability of individuals to do with their money as they please, instead of centralizing that power.
In interviews during that period, he voiced optimism about Europe’s ability to centralize its political and economic institutions under a strong executive branch.Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, former French president, dies at 94|Jim Hoagland|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
The problems arise when they look to centralize that data, match it to third-party resources and deploy it compliantly for campaign purposes.Marketers have successfully pivoted to first-party data, but struggle to deploy it|Adstra|December 2, 2020|Digiday
To keep employees free of bureaucratic meddling, Nucor has chosen not to centralize functions like R&D, sales, marketing, strategy, safety, engineering, compliance, and purchasing.The biggest problem with capitalism? Not enough capitalists|jakemeth|November 21, 2020|Fortune
Their duty is to centralize all evidence currently available, but let a semi-organic process develop the rest.How the Syrian War Subreddit Scoops Mainstream Media|Nina Strochlic|November 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Once in office, they are always going to centralize power and undermine the democracy that elevated them.
This seems to be contrary to the spirit and intent of the act, which is primarily to centralize reserves in Federal Reserve Banks.Readings in Money and Banking|Chester Arthur Phillips
Chamberlain in vain urged defense and political policies designed to centralize power in London.The Canadian Dominion|Oscar D. Skelton
Our army was an enormous heterogeneous mass, without any pretense of a system to centralize and harmonize its movements.
There is no special branch of the service whose duty it is to regulate, centralize and direct the movements of the army.
No people ever existed, who watched more narrowly the existence of power, and its innate tendency to centralize, and usurp.