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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 goal of the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure cycle is to ensure published fuel economy and emissions offer a more realistic reflection of real-world driving, helping customers to judge better the fuel and emission efficiency of their car.
The post Harmonised consumer price index seen at -0.3% in April appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
This is why we need harmonised trainings of crane fitters and crane drivers", said Dr Peter Schiefer, CEO of Wolffkran AG and head of a section of CECE which is coordinating the interests of the European tower crane manufacturers.
The Commission's proposal requires manufacturers and suppliers of chemical substances and mixtures to provide harmonised labelling information on hazard classification.
The release of harmonised spectrum would generate an additional SAR 358 billion ($95.5 billion) in GDP and create 425,000 jobs between 2013 and 2025.
But if pre-tax prices are harmonised, Irish prices will be a lot higher once the levy is added.
The need to build regulatory electricity capacity and harmonised market structures in the SADC has led to regional co-operation between independent power regulators.
Under the terms of the proposal, parts of EU airspace would be taken out of national control to allow air traffic control systems across the 15-nation bloc to be harmonised.
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Yakubu Dogara, who announced this at the plenary on Wednesday, said that a harmonised committee of both chambers of the National Assembly had proposed to lay the budget on April 19, 2018, to pave the way for its passage on April 24, 2018.
The harmonised consumer price index dropped 1.5 per cent year-on-year in January, as a drop in the prices in most categories of goods and services offset less affordable energy products, the statistical service said.