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indigenize

(ɪnˈdɪdʒəˌnaɪz) or

indigenise

vb (tr)
(Anthropology & Ethnology) anthropol to alter (something) so as to make it fit in with the local culture
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Khartoum, January 17 (SUNA) - The Ministry of Water Resources, Irrigation and Electricity has affirmed continuation of efforts to indigenize all inputs of the electricity sector in the country.
The second installment of the "Indigenize or Die" series, which explored sustainable living from Indigenous points of views, began with a smudging ceremony in Toronto's OCAD University on March 2.
It stems from a course taught by assistant professors Christine Stewart and Keavy Martin in the Department of English and Film Studies, which aims to "Indigenize the Academy."
The Mannavaram project is expected to indigenize power generation equipment, which is being largely being imported at present by the public sector undertakings like BHEL and NTPC.
READING ENGAGEMENTS, sometimes direct and sometimes oblique, with my exhortation to "Always Indigenize!" has brought home to me both the inescapable deficiencies and limited impact of academic writing, and the need to continue to do it.
This essay argues that Stuart fairy poetry rooted in Shakespeare's innovative representation of tiny, consumeristic fairies, attempts to indigenize new forms of elite material display.
It becomes increasingly difficult to indigenize after a certain level of indigenization has been achieved because of the complexity and the sophistication of technology required to produce the remaining components.
Teaching truly; a curriculum to indigenize mainstream education.
LEN FINDLAY'S "ALWAYS INDIGENIZE" IS AN INSPIRING CALL to Open up the academy in Canada to the indigenous people and to indigenous scholarship.
Meanwhile, the Cabinet Affairs Minister, Ahmed Saad Omer, has affirmed the state keenness to indigenize the pharmaceutical industry.
The official stated that while focusing on its main tasks for the export and import of crude oil, oil products and gas condensate, the IOTC has taken "effective and positive" steps to indigenize manufacture of about 170 items of equipment required by oil terminals through a systematic and strategic approach.