modernise

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  • And the tower itself being modernised and a new floor/room being added.
  • In recent years the school has been modernised with additional new buildings.
  • The town has many traditional public houses, most of which have not been modernised.
  • Over the years and particularly in recent times the buildings were modernised and eventually all were replaced.
  • He later used the knowledge acquired during this period to modernise the Russian navy.
  • It has since modernised, opened new branches and established an on-line store.
  • The center today has a completely modernised medical service and support.
  • The modernised post office, now operating in every province, provides for both. Cited from The Awakening of China, by W.A.P. Martin
  • The palace has been slightly modernised, but the general architecture remains the same. Cited from My First Years As A Frenchwoman, 1876-1879, by Mary King Waddington
  • The modernising of the home was considered the best way to change the daily life of the people.
  • The city was modernised with a sports centre, street cars, a post office, and schools.
  • It has been modernised on several occasions, and is currently used for research and teaching.
  • The film largely follows the story of the book, although it was modernised in places.
  • The club training fleet was modernised, and is constantly kept up to date.
  • Enough has gone into modernising schools and hospitals so that people notice a difference.
  • Part of it which has been modernised is still lived in.
  • These houses were modernised and thus survived up until this day.
  • He spent the next thirty years working in the prison service modernising prisoners' working practices.
  • There have been attempts to modernise the ground and increase its capacity.
  • The west wall has a 13th-century three-light with modernised head.
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