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1, The king is trying to centralise all power in his own hands.
2, The company built a new HQ to centralise their administration.
3, Centralise reporting requests (i. e. business continuity plans, audit-, control-, data reports from the different regulators to avoid duplication of work.
4, We believe in autonomy and decentralisation, but centralise a few core values.
5, The new rules also centralise authority that is now exercised (in theory) by national supervisors.
6, Country size, for instance, appears to be related to the propensity to centralise collective bargaining authority within national confederations.
7, Rather than invest hugely in technology, the Halifax used cheap and cheerful computer systems to centralise information-gathering and to design easy-to-administer products.
8, At the same time the government has made great efforts to centralise the control of information.
9, The overhaul follows MRM's decision earlier this year to centralise its China operations in Beijing,[http://sentencedict.com/centralise.html] reducing its presence in Shanghai.
10, With or without treaty change, the euro zone is being forced to centralise powers.
11, It was just this contact that was needed to centralise the numerous local struggles, all of the same character, into one national struggle between classes.
12, Yuan certainly saw the need to modernise China and centralise power after the dislocation that had followed the rising in October 1911.
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