Definition of Regimes
1. Noun. (plural of regime) ¹
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Definition of Regimes
1. regime [n] - See also: regime
Lexicographical Neighbors of Regimes
Literary usage of Regimes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Controlled Foreign Company Legislation by A01, OECD Staff, Oecd, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, Development (1996)
"Chapter V INTERACTION WITH OTHER ANTI-AVOIDANCE regimes The boundaries of a country's CFC regime must be considered, in particular how that regime interacts ..."
2. Globalization of Materials R&d: Time for a National Strategy by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"Maintaining Access with Better Management of Regulatory regimes The rapid ... As shown in this report, regulatory regimes can be a driver for decisions on ..."
3. Protecting Biodiversity: National Laws Regulating Access to Genetic by Susan Perkoff Bass, Manuel Ruiz Muller (2000)
"Through these regimes, transnational corporations are "legally" ... National access regimes and efforts The highly convoluted and political debates about ..."
4. Sweden: Achieving Results for Sustained Growth by Oecd, OECD. (2007)
"There are also sectoral and other special regimes. ... In the postal and telecommunications sectors, special regimes have an impact on competition policy. ..."
5. Brazil: Volume 2005 Issue 2 by OECD Staff (2005)
"Sweden reformed its pension system in 1997, merging the regimes for public- ... Separate regimes for civil servants still exist in Austria, Belgium, Canada, ..."
6. Military Geography for Professionals and the Public by John M. Collins (2000)
"The Annamese Mountains, which present a perpendicular front to prevailing winds, separate climatic regimes just as surely as a slammed door (map 65 and ..."
7. Strengthening Inland Waterway Transport: Pan-european Co-operation for Progress by Oecd, Evropská konference ministrů dopravy, SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"Existence of different regimes for technical requirements for vessels According to ... regimes (EU, CCNR, Danube (based on UNECE recommendations), etc. ..."