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[im-pluh-muh n-tey-shuh n, ‐men‐] /ˌɪm plə mənˈteɪ ʃən, ‐mɛn‐/
the act of implementing, or putting into effect; fulfillment:
The implementation of policies to conserve energy will involve personal sacrifice.
Origin of implementation Unabridged
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  • Projects must also show a strong level of local community involvement in their planning, governance, and implementation.
  • The games have added impetus to a number of policies and projects, likely boosting odds for the bag ban's implementation.
  • The next step for the new austerity measures is implementation, and that may face strong opposition as well.
  • It has already agitated consumers since its implementation earlier this month.
  • Clearly, implementation of such a plan would depend on the conditions of the economy.
  • That's how much the federal stimulus bill devotes to the discovery, development, and implementation of various technologies.
  • More recently, various groups have begun to focus on a fly in the ointment: the practical implementation of this process.
  • E-mail is now so pervasive, and so broadly spread around the world, that any attempted implementation would be stillborn.
  • But if the incoming party stops the implementation of nuclear power it will be a disaster.
  • Or he could publish his result, and render every implementation of the random-number generator completely insecure.

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