Definition of Indigenizing
1. indigenize [v] - See also: indigenize
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Literary usage of Indigenizing
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1. Scientists, Engineers, and Track-two Diplomacy: A Half-century of U.S by Glenn E. Schweitzer (2004)
"... called for (1) reviewing priorities to address important vulnerabilities, (2) "indigenizing" MPC&A capabilities, (3) reducing impediments to effective ..."
2. Real Reciprocity: Balancing U.S. Economic and Security Policies in the by David Denoon (1993)
"... (i) obtaining and indigenizing foreign civilian and military design, (ii) diffusing these capabilities as widely as possible throughout the economy, ..."
3. Strengthening Long-Term Nuclear Security: Protecting Weapon-Usable Material by National Academies Press (U.S.), Rossiĭskai︠a︡ akademii︠a︡ nauk, NetLibrary, Inc (2006)
"ORIGIN OF THE STUDY In early 2002, the NRC and the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) identified the process of indigenizing MPC&A responsibilities in Russia ..."
4. The Moldovans: Romania, Russia, and the Politics of Culture by Charles King (2000)
"indigenizing the Soviet and party apparat would ensure, as Stalin argued, that local institutions "fully reflect not only the general needs and requirements ..."
5. Indigenous Knowledge and Its Uses in SAby Hans Normann, Ina Snyman by Hans Normann, Ina Snyman (1996)
"... he is involved in indigenizing human service training and practices. Dr Ina Snyman is the co-ordinator of the HSRC Co-operative Programme: Affordable ..."
6. Crisis in the Taiwan Strait by James R. Lilley, Chuck Downs (1997)
"On the other hand, should it succeed in acquiring and indigenizing a sufficient amount of foreign advanced technologies, China's ability to develop and ..."