01. They [implemented] the plan for a restructuring of the company over a 3-year period.
02. We have decided to [implement] the committee's suggestions in full.
03. The new government has [implemented] a number of cutbacks to the education budget.
04. Politicians make all sorts of promises during an election campaign, but very few of them are ever [implemented].
05. We need to [implement] a new sales strategy if we want to boost sales.
06. The [implementation] of the new policy has ended up costing a lot more than originally thought.
07. The peace agreement is to be [implemented] within the next few days.
08. Did you know that in order to find their way to the egg, sperm [implement] their sense of smell.
09. The government is [implementing] a new plan to combat terrorism.
10. The [implementation] of the new policy has gone quite smoothly.
11. Opponents of the Kyoto Accord on reducing air pollution argue that [implementation] of the accord will limit economic growth.
12. They have [implemented] a new procedure to make registration at the university easier and quicker.
13. In December of 1956, a boycott of the bus system in Montgomery, Alabama ended after a Supreme Court decision calling for the integration of the public bus system was [implemented].
14. The Irish government has [implemented] a series of national economic programs in order to reduce inflation, and government spending, increase labor force skills, and promote foreign investment.
15. Sound economic policies, first [implemented] by the previous administration, led to unprecedented growth in the 1990s.
16. Since the [implementation] of the NAFTA agreement in 1994, Mexico's trade with Canada and the U.S. has tripled.
17. Although anti-smoking policies have been being widely [implemented] in the developed world, they are lagging far behind in the poorer nations.
18. The prisoner had fashioned a number of sharp [implements], which he had then hidden in his cell.
19. A properly [implemented] diet can help to improve health and reduce stress.
20. Charles J. Givens once noted that the more specific and measurable your goal, the more quickly you will be able to identify, locate, create, and [implement] the use of the necessary resources for its achievement.
21. William S. Burroughs once said, "Artists to my mind are the real architects of change, and not the political legislators who [implement] change after the fact."
22. Shirley Chisholm once observed that you don't make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by [implementing] ideas.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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