(redirected from depopulating)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Well, birth dearth alarmists say, the planet is depopulating and graying, and the implications of that are worse than if population growth were to continue.
Likewise, the degradation in fatigue life when depopulating the column array followed the trend observed in testing both C4 flip-chip devices and CBGAs.
1] Gibson's vision is seductively articulated, but his new virtual order is yet some way off and its potentially depopulating and negative effects on public space have broadly been resisted.
However, current legislation has not reduced Florida's risk and Blue Cod maintains that the startup community represents the only real solution for successfully depopulating Citizens.
We are also appealing to the International Community to exercise pressure on Sudan Government to rapidly and unconditionally disarm the janjaweed and it's militias, remove the new dwellers it brought from the Neighboring Countries from the land of the indigenous people and stop the killing and depopulating the IDPs Camps eIu the International Community has to rise to the challenge of stopping the ongoing genocide in Dar Fur and it has an a awesome responsibility to achieve that and the fiasco to protect will wreck it's credibility and have grave consequences in years to comeeIN.
If they were, they would vigorously petition Western governments to end the huge sums spent on depopulating the Third World by programs promoting abortion, sterilization, contraceptive drugs and devices, and pornographic sex education.
Recommendations, based on Spain's experience with reform, include negotiating decentralization between the system center and regions; letting a court decide disagreements; making changes incrementally; transferring physical resources, such as school buildings and equipment, in good condition; redirecting reforms; keeping quality managers on the job; balancing funding between rich and poor regions; depopulating the ministry of education; developing educational leaders; adequately funding the educational expansion; provide strong political support; sharing vision; and governing by laws and not personalities.
From midnight until the refugees were turned back at 3:30, some 2,850 people made it out of Kosovo, making a total of 238,415 who have crossed the border since the Serbian campaign of depopulating the province began.