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harmonize

[′här·mə‚nīz]
(ordnance)
To align the sights of a gun so that the curving path of the projectile will meet the straight line of sight at the target.
To adjust or align the gunsight, guns, rocket launchers, or gun camera of a fighter aircraft so that an accurate aim is obtained at a given range, or so that the guns will produce a desired pattern of fire.
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He explained that the new executive had continued to work assiduously in the harmonisation of members since its inauguration, saying that all groups were duly carried along.
'At the AGC, there is already a Division of Syariah and Harmonisation of Law, which has the roles of tackling any issues related to Syariah law arising at the federal and international levels,' the statement said.
The limitation of this research in terms of de jure harmonisation is the scope tested for harmonisation.
"This will allow standardisation and harmonisation, enabling cars to communicate with each other and the roadside infrastructure around them efficiently and effectively."
"Next on the agenda will be harmonisation with EU law on health, environment, and other issues."
(2012), "Harmonisation of Civil Procedure and the Interaction with Substantive Private Law," [7], 141-158.
Measurement of Formal Harmonisation in Accounting: An Exploratory Study.
This was pursued, although harmonisation was not included in the Treaty, whose creators focused instead on harmonisation of indirect taxes.
Harmonisation would benefit very few countries "at the expense of everybody else", he said.
After agreeing on the concept of total and targeted harmonisation' of consumer rights, agreement is still needed on the aspects on which national exceptions are possible.
But he said: "We are not arguing here for a united Ireland - we are arguing for harmonisation, and commonsense relationships."
As regards the non-clinical safety studies, EMEA's note said: "It is recognised that significant advances in harmonisation of the timing of [these assessments] have already been achieved and are detailed in this guideline.