centralize

[ sen-truh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF centralize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CENTRALIZE

Now, all the signs of the times indicate the necessity to centralize.

This is an evil which has crept in with the tendency to centralize the schools.

Understand me, Sir, I do not seek to centralize, but to nationalize.

His object was to purify French, and, as it were, to centralize it.

Chamberlain in vain urged defense and political policies designed to centralize power in London.

No people ever existed, who watched more narrowly the existence of power, and its innate tendency to centralize, and usurp.

None of the reforms of Ferdinand and Isabella was so efficient in restoring order and none did more to centralize power.

This tendency to centralize brewing operations became more and more marked with each succeeding decade.

This measure was strongly opposed by Jefferson, and its passage had a marked effect on our system tending to centralize authority.

And now that we have got so far, Mr. X, I should like to centralize the attention of this quite friendly gathering on yourself.

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