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  • An opposition frontbencher has described the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) as 'enormously bureaucratised'. — “Bester News - COAG enormously bureaucratised: Bishop - Related”,
  • The NHS is the last bastion of communism in Europe, argues Karol Sikora. It boasts a hugely over-bureaucratised management system. — “Cut out NHS bureaucracy to cure cancer - Telegraph”,
  • COAG enormously bureaucratised: Bishop. — Oct 31 2010 11:24 PM from The Age. Govt blasts Labor to support Greens on gay marriage. — Nov 16 2010 3:15 AM from Herald Sun. COAG enormously bureaucratised: Bishop. — “Bronwyn Bishop - News - Road Runner”,
  • Information Commission bureaucratised - Abdullah A. Dewan criticizes the appointment of former government officials for two of three information commissioner positions. — “AsiaMedia :: Information Commission bureaucratised”, asiamedia.ucla.edu
  • Unique article directory featuring science news articles, articles on health, sports articles, legal articles, business articles, family articles their share of the power and have drafted an increasingly bureaucratised piece of legislation that lacks the flexibility of the first iteration. — “Article Fair-Unique Article Directory with Articles On”,
  • This combination of tasks not only happens on a world-wide scale but also at the level of each country, be it backward or not, be it imperialist or a bureaucratised workers' state. That's why, also in the bureaucratised workers' states themselves, there will be February. — “IMC India - Actuality of the theory of the permanent revolution”,
  • Women Organising is the first book of its kind to bring together organisation theory and the real experiences of women organising. life struggles of groups of women seeking to manage without becoming bureaucratised, to find a sense of direction without relying on leaders, to. — “ - Women Organising eBook”,
  • Liberal frontbencher Bronwyn Bishop has described the COAG process as "enormously bureaucratised" "It has become enormously, enormously bureaucratised," she told Sky News on Monday, adding there was a great need for a tightening-up of the process. — “COAG enormously bureaucratised: Bishop”, .au
  • Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any An editor has expressed concern that it is unbalanced. Tagged since. — “Bureaucracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The government needs to stop putting its nose where it doesn't belong, and to ensure civil servants create value for society instead of just pushing paper. — “A Bureaucratised Society”,
  • It is a product of the growth of workers' struggles in the capitalist countries since 1968 and of the anti-imperialist struggles, of the parallel crisis of capitalism and the rule of the bureaucratic castes over the bureaucratised workers states. — “The Dictatorship of the proletariat and socialist democracy”,
  • An opposition frontbencher has described the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) as "enormously bureaucratised". — “COAG enormously bureaucratised: Bishop - Yahoo!7”,
  • Federal Health Minister Tony Abbott has described Sydney's northern area hospital system as 'wretched', saying it is so highly bureaucratised that no one can make a decision. - Sydney Morning Herald Online. — “Northern Sydney hospital system 'wretched': Abbott - National”, .au
  • Bureaucratised definition, to divide an administrative agency or office into bureaus. See more. — “Bureaucratised | Define Bureaucratised at ”,
  • The International Socialist Group is the British Section of the Fourth International, founded by Leon Trotsky in 1938. The ISG campaigns in Britain In fact an adequate perception of the future of bureaucratised societies in transition between capitalism and socialism is an integral part of the. — “The bureaucracy cannot introduce institutionalised socialist”, isg-
  • In the closing speech of Conservative Party Conference 2008, David Cameron outlined our plan for change and promised that a Conservative Government will rebuild our battered economy, renew our bureaucratised NHS and repair our broken society. — “The Conservative Party | Video | Conservatives.TV”,
  • Definition of bureaucratised in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of bureaucratised. Pronunciation of bureaucratised. Translations of bureaucratised. bureaucratised synonyms, bureaucratised antonyms. Information about bureaucratised in the free. — “bureaucratised - definition of bureaucratised by the Free”,
  • Zinoviev called together a meeting of the Petrograd officials of the bureaucratised party, and told them to issue a cry of alarm stating that Trotsky had defied Leninism In calling them the officials of a bureaucratised party, I am only following the statements of Zinoviev himself, written one. — “Max Eastman: Since Lenin Died (Chap. 7)”,
  • Bureaucratised Encompass. Sunday, March 7, 2010. Misruled Colonisers. Customer Support is handeled at Compass' discreation, not when needed. Serving professional video production, professional pro audio reinforcement and audio-visual throughout the United States Department of Justice. — “Bureaucratised Encompass”,
  • An opposition frontbencher has described the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) as "It has become enormously, enormously bureaucratised," she told Sky News on Monday, adding there was a great need for a tightening-up of the process. — “World News Australia - COAG enormously bureaucratised: Bishop”, .au
  • We found 2 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word bureaucratised: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "bureaucratised" is defined. General (2 matching dictionaries) bureaucratised: Wordnik [home, info]. — “Definitions of bureaucratised - OneLook Dictionary Search”,
  • NSW Police Force forensics are so antiquated, over-bureaucratised and poorly organised that it is delaying investigations, internal documents reveal. — “Police cuffed by inefficient old computers | The Daily Telegraph”, .au
  • COAG enormously bureaucratised - Bishop. Updated: 11:12, Monday November 1, 2010. Video for this article is not available as your browser either does not support JavaScript and/or Flash Player 9+ or they are currently disabled in your browser settings. — “Sky News: COAG enormously bureaucratised - Bishop”, .au
  • Liberal frontbencher Bronwyn Bishop, dismissive of the COAG process told Sky News that it had become enormously bureaucratised and a tightening-up of the process was necessary. The review is aimed at improving healthcare, education, business regulation and infrastructure. — “Bishop Says COAG Enormously Bureaucratised | Visit Bulgaria”,

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  • Hidden rain forests We are or were as it might be in Canberra We did see the Vanity Fair exhibition but it was no more than lack lustre regimented and bureaucratised like this new word
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  • Hidden rain forests We are or were as it might be in Canberra We did see the Vanity Fair exhibition but it was no more than lack lustre regimented and bureaucratised like this new word

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  • ZEUS "The world's most extraordinary film... as exciting as the discovery of a new dimension of life" Roger Ebert "The biggest load of *** I will ever see... hopefully" Empire "Transformers 2 on steroids... a MASSIVE masterpiece" Nuts magazine "As exciting as watching a fly breathe" The Radio Times "ZEUS carries you close to a place which is highly bureaucratised, administered, timetabled if you like: something which seems very close to the world which we normally inhabit. And it asks quite deep and profound questions about that - about whether that bureaucratisation can carry within it the seeds of utopia, or perhaps something much darker: indeed, I think, even carries you into questions of mass destruction and genocide..." Heat magazine
  • ZERO DE CONDUITE (1933) 3/5 - (Jean Vigo) Zéro de conduite (English: Zero for Conduct) is a 1933 film by French film director Jean Vigo - It was first shown on April 7, 1933, and was subsequently banned in France until February 15, 1946. The film draws extensively on Vigo's boarding school experiences to depict a repressive and bureaucratised educational establishment in which surreal acts of rebellion occur, reflecting Vigo's anarchist view of childhood. The title refers to a mark the boys would get which prevented from going out on Sundays. It also shows the influence of Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi. Though the film was not immediately popular, it has proven to be enduringly influential. François Truffaut paid homage to Zéro de conduite in his 1959 film The 400 Blows by copying, practically shot-for-shot, the scene in which a line of schoolboys jogging through Paris loses its members one by one to the attractions of the city. Cast: Jean Dasté — Surveillant Huguet Robert le Flon — Surveillant Pète-Sec Du Verron — Surveillant-Général Bec-de-Gaz (as du Verron) Delphin — Principal du Collège Léon Larive — Professeur (as Larive) Madame Émile — Mère Haricot (as Mme. Emile) Louis de Gonzague — Préfet (as Louis de Gonzague-Frick) Raphaël Diligent — Pompier (as Rafa Diligent) Louis Lefebvre — Caussat Gilbert Pruchon — Colin Coco Golstein — Beuel Gérard de Bédarieux — Tabard
  • ZERO DE CONDUITE (1933) 1/5 - (Jean Vigo) Zéro de conduite (English: Zero for Conduct) is a 1933 film by French film director Jean Vigo - It was first shown on April 7, 1933, and was subsequently banned in France until February 15, 1946. The film draws extensively on Vigo's boarding school experiences to depict a repressive and bureaucratised educational establishment in which surreal acts of rebellion occur, reflecting Vigo's anarchist view of childhood. The title refers to a mark the boys would get which prevented from going out on Sundays. It also shows the influence of Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi. Though the film was not immediately popular, it has proven to be enduringly influential. François Truffaut paid homage to Zéro de conduite in his 1959 film The 400 Blows by copying, practically shot-for-shot, the scene in which a line of schoolboys jogging through Paris loses its members one by one to the attractions of the city. Cast: Jean Dasté — Surveillant Huguet Robert le Flon — Surveillant Pète-Sec Du Verron — Surveillant-Général Bec-de-Gaz (as du Verron) Delphin — Principal du Collège Léon Larive — Professeur (as Larive) Madame Émile — Mère Haricot (as Mme. Emile) Louis de Gonzague — Préfet (as Louis de Gonzague-Frick) Raphaël Diligent — Pompier (as Rafa Diligent) Louis Lefebvre — Caussat Gilbert Pruchon — Colin Coco Golstein — Beuel Gérard de Bédarieux — Tabard
  • ZERO DE CONDUITE (1933) 5/5 - (Jean Vigo) Zéro de conduite (English: Zero for Conduct) is a 1933 film by French film director Jean Vigo - It was first shown on April 7, 1933, and was subsequently banned in France until February 15, 1946. The film draws extensively on Vigo's boarding school experiences to depict a repressive and bureaucratised educational establishment in which surreal acts of rebellion occur, reflecting Vigo's anarchist view of childhood. The title refers to a mark the boys would get which prevented from going out on Sundays. It also shows the influence of Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi. Though the film was not immediately popular, it has proven to be enduringly influential. François Truffaut paid homage to Zéro de conduite in his 1959 film The 400 Blows by copying, practically shot-for-shot, the scene in which a line of schoolboys jogging through Paris loses its members one by one to the attractions of the city. Cast: Jean Dasté — Surveillant Huguet Robert le Flon — Surveillant Pète-Sec Du Verron — Surveillant-Général Bec-de-Gaz (as du Verron) Delphin — Principal du Collège Léon Larive — Professeur (as Larive) Madame Émile — Mère Haricot (as Mme. Emile) Louis de Gonzague — Préfet (as Louis de Gonzague-Frick) Raphaël Diligent — Pompier (as Rafa Diligent) Louis Lefebvre — Caussat Gilbert Pruchon — Colin Coco Golstein — Beuel Gérard de Bédarieux — Tabard
  • ZERO DE CONDUITE (1933) 2/5 - (Jean Vigo) Zéro de conduite (English: Zero for Conduct) is a 1933 film by French film director Jean Vigo - It was first shown on April 7, 1933, and was subsequently banned in France until February 15, 1946. The film draws extensively on Vigo's boarding school experiences to depict a repressive and bureaucratised educational establishment in which surreal acts of rebellion occur, reflecting Vigo's anarchist view of childhood. The title refers to a mark the boys would get which prevented from going out on Sundays. It also shows the influence of Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi. Though the film was not immediately popular, it has proven to be enduringly influential. François Truffaut paid homage to Zéro de conduite in his 1959 film The 400 Blows by copying, practically shot-for-shot, the scene in which a line of schoolboys jogging through Paris loses its members one by one to the attractions of the city. Cast: Jean Dasté — Surveillant Huguet Robert le Flon — Surveillant Pète-Sec Du Verron — Surveillant-Général Bec-de-Gaz (as du Verron) Delphin — Principal du Collège Léon Larive — Professeur (as Larive) Madame Émile — Mère Haricot (as Mme. Emile) Louis de Gonzague — Préfet (as Louis de Gonzague-Frick) Raphaël Diligent — Pompier (as Rafa Diligent) Louis Lefebvre — Caussat Gilbert Pruchon — Colin Coco Golstein — Beuel Gérard de Bédarieux — Tabard
  • Zero de Conduite (1933) 1/5 (Jean Vigo) Zéro de conduite (English: Zero for Conduct) is a 1933 film by French film director Jean Vigo - It was first shown on April 7, 1933, and was subsequently banned in France until February 15, 1946. The film draws extensively on Vigo's boarding school experiences to depict a repressive and bureaucratised educational establishment in which surreal acts of rebellion occur, reflecting Vigo's anarchist view of childhood. The title refers to a mark the boys would get which prevented from going out on Sundays. It also shows the influence of Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi. Though the film was not immediately popular, it has proven to be enduringly influential. François Truffaut paid homage to Zéro de conduite in his 1959 film The 400 Blows by copying, practically shot-for-shot, the scene in which a line of schoolboys jogging through Paris loses its members one by one to the attractions of the city.
  • ZERO DE CONDUITE (1933) 4/5 - (Jean Vigo) Zéro de conduite (English: Zero for Conduct) is a 1933 film by French film director Jean Vigo - It was first shown on April 7, 1933, and was subsequently banned in France until February 15, 1946. The film draws extensively on Vigo's boarding school experiences to depict a repressive and bureaucratised educational establishment in which surreal acts of rebellion occur, reflecting Vigo's anarchist view of childhood. The title refers to a mark the boys would get which prevented from going out on Sundays. It also shows the influence of Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi. Though the film was not immediately popular, it has proven to be enduringly influential. François Truffaut paid homage to Zéro de conduite in his 1959 film The 400 Blows by copying, practically shot-for-shot, the scene in which a line of schoolboys jogging through Paris loses its members one by one to the attractions of the city. Cast: Jean Dasté — Surveillant Huguet Robert le Flon — Surveillant Pète-Sec Du Verron — Surveillant-Général Bec-de-Gaz (as du Verron) Delphin — Principal du Collège Léon Larive — Professeur (as Larive) Madame Émile — Mère Haricot (as Mme. Emile) Louis de Gonzague — Préfet (as Louis de Gonzague-Frick) Raphaël Diligent — Pompier (as Rafa Diligent) Louis Lefebvre — Caussat Gilbert Pruchon — Colin Coco Golstein — Beuel Gérard de Bédarieux — Tabard
  • KPI presumably, with exponential growth in computing power and use of computers, we might one day have completely automated safe systems. at present, we rely for safety on a lot of informal information. if a bureaucracy imposes new safety standards, with rather meaningless activities to be done each day, won't this lead to decline of the informal safety data/intelligence? if so, can we not expect that often our systems become less rather than more safe, because of using some bureaucratised safety standard? If this is a serious problem, we need to show (by running a model) how safety is reduced in a bureaucratised system. The above attention to detail should result in safety systems because it may give the developer a cost incentive to make the system safer. (Because the new model will show the system up as more unsafe than under previous models which were used). In short, the emphasis on serious accidents may be unhelpful. We may need to look at all accidents to get the data we need to build a good model of serious accidents. We may not be able to afford to build a good model unless we use data from minor accidents also.

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  • “Old Blog. Pre'07 Archives. Archives By Title. Music and Video. Stuff That Politicised and bureaucratised. Mr Power's Blog Theme Tune. Miscellany "”
    — New Labour and emotionalism - Main - The Power of Blog - Mike,

  • “A blog for people with a critically rational individualist perspective. We are developing the social individualist meta-context Tory Party the solution to Labour marching Britain into a bureaucratised regulatory pan-European dystopia is deluding themselves”
    — The Stupid Party strikes again | ,

  • “School Choice is a policy reform idea developed to increase the involvement of parents in responsibly schooling their children by giving them ownership of the task”
    — School Choice Campaign " For-profit education, schoolchoice.in

  • “Old Blog. Pre'07 Archives. Archives By Title. Stuff That Caught My Eye. RSS. Main RSS. Power Politicised and bureaucratised. Mr Power's Blog Theme Tune. Shutting”
    — Main - The Power of Blog - Mike Power's Website,

  • “My sense of the sorcerer's family life is that, as with worldwide shamanic traditions which have been elaborated, codified and bureaucratised, each sorcerer had his, or her,”
    — idea 2,

  • “Why have most Thai NGOs chosen to side with the Conservative Royalists, against democracy and against the poor? Giles During the Thai Social Forum itself, large Thai NGOs like Raks Thai Foundation brought yellow shirted (Royalist) villagers to the Forum”
    — Lessons from Thai NGOs - Wdpress,

  • “Mind's mental health blog. Each week we post original writing on all kinds of mental health-related topics, from discrimination to wellbeing, drug treatments to debt”
    — Mind blog | Mind,

  • “The rise of man and his dumbing down - essay by Richard Douglas Subjects are now highly specialised, formalised and bureaucratised, all with the aim of making them more objective; more serious”
    — MoQ: Forum -- The rise of man and his dumbing down,

  • “Forum Home. Sheikh Mujib: Three phases, two histories, one puzzle as a bearer of the red flag of bureaucratised socialism made popular by Russia and China”
    — Forum,

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