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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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The apex bank said that regulators in the US and EU need to harmonise the data sets and methodologies required for filing Annex IV under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and Form PF, and even present the issue at the G20.
The British government said that it took the decision because it wanted to speed up progress on a plan to harmonise national air traffic control systems in Europe, Reuters reported.
THE paramilitary pensioners of Customs, Immigration and Prisons Services in Ogun State have appealed to Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) to harmonise their pensions based on Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure (CONPASS) and Harmonised Paramilitary Salary Structure (HAPASS) from 2013/2007 till date.
This proposal will be released in April and Barroso said he would "favour" a common agreement to install scanners in all 27 member states: "I think it should be possible to harmonise the security and safety rules at our airports," he told MEPs.
AIR traffic controllers in five countries are to strike against plans to harmonise systems across the EU.
PLAYERS' union boss Gordon Taylor wants English football to harmonise its season with the rest of the world.
if the use of those substances does not mislead consumers" into thinking a product was naturally smoked, did harmonise national laws.