Definition of Indigenized
1. indigenize [v] - See also: indigenize
Lexicographical Neighbors of Indigenized
Literary usage of Indigenized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Politics of Trade and Industrial Policy in Africa: Forced Consensus? by Charles Chukwuma Soludo, Michael Osita Ogbu, Ha-Joon Chang (2004)
"... it was reconstructed to become BNETD in 1995, its leadership and staff indigenized, reducing considerably the French influence in policy-making in Cote ..."
2. Strengthening Long-Term Nuclear Security: Protecting Weapon-Usable Material by National Academies Press (U.S.), Rossiĭskai︠a︡ akademii︠a︡ nauk, NetLibrary, Inc (2006)
"... the NRC committee recognized that fully indigenized MPC&A systems in Russia will include elements of DOE- installed upgrades, adjustments to those ..."
3. Tracking Gender Equity Under Economic Reforms: Continuity and Change in by Swapna Mukhopadhyay, Ratna M. Sudarshan (2003)
"Similarly, wage inequalities may increase if an effort at inward mobility of highly skilled workers with knowhow is not encouraged and indigenized in areas ..."
4. A Compendious History of Sussex: Topographical, Archæological & Anecdotical by Mark Antony Lower (1870)
"After the wars with France by Henry V., this house was " retained and indigenized " by a royal charter. "Whether box trees ever abounded on the spot I know ..."
5. Building Businesses with Small Producers: Successful Business Development by Sunita Kapila, Donald C. Mead (2002)
"... Project management Responsibility in the project for strategic and management decisions has been diversified and indigenized. ..."
6. Mediatorial Sovereignty: The Mystery of Christ and the Revelation of the Old by George Steward (1863)
"The true glory of England lies in lands where her sons are indigenized ; where her language and institutions are current; above all, where her Protestantism ..."