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modernize

To adapt a building or structure to current conditions, tastes, or usage, usually by remodeling.
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The company announced on April 21 that it signed a US$600 million contract with Uzbekneftegas, a state-run oil and gas corporation of Uzbekistan, to modernize Bukhara Oil Refinery.
The Reproductive Health Act finally modernizes and updates these laws in Illinois.
Kestra Private Wealth Services, LLC (Kestra PWS), a registered investment adviser subsidiary of Kestra Financial, Inc., supporting independent advisor teams nationwide, has announced the addition of Modernize Wealth to its advisory platform, the company said.
"The Iranian health ministry and the International Hospitals Group (IHG) inked an MoU to cooperate and invest" in Iran's medical sector and build and modernize cancer treatment centers, Iranian Ambassador to London Hamid Bae'idinejad wrote on his Telegram page on Monday.
ABB had recently won orders to deliver a new B1 hoist and modernize the B3 hoist, and has supplied equipment for all 13 production hoists over the years.
Florida's lawyers' refusal to modernize, particularly on the civil side, will slowly but surely drive us out of business.
This first phase of upgrades to modernize the Apache's Day Sensor Assembly includes producing Modernized Laser Rangefinder Designator (M-LRFD) kits.
Unless we modernize our thermoelectric power stations, we may have to import electricity of about 150 million euros a year," Kanevce said.
It is possible then, to speculate that the ministry's agreement with ASELSAN for the upgrade of the WS3 is part of a US plan to modernize the nuclear bombs.
The project to modernize the Hrazdan Thermal Power Plant
Summary: Ukraine intends in 2012 to launch a program to modernize OT-62 Topas armored personnel carriers for the Egyptian army.

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