put into effect


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put (something) into effect

To cause (something) to apply, begin operating, or take effect; to begin implementing or enforcing (something). The new government has vowed to put several policies into effect, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by. The new law will be put into effect on the first of January.
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put something into effect

 and put something into force
to make something take effect; to begin using or enforcing a policy or procedure. When will the city council put this law into effect? We will put it into force tomorrow.
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While weather reports did give some advance warning to the areas most likely to be affected, and plans were put into effect, there was little expectation that it would turn into as significant an event as it did.
research aimed at studying the impact of media on the Kadazan/Dusun population of Sabah, particularly focusing on an area, probably around Penampang, in order to assess the results of the Malaysian nation-building project put into effect by the central government through the media and to highlight its successes and failures, as well as its more or less unexpected side-effects and forms of resistance.
Also on the site will be details of Clark's 2004 presidential run as well as his battle plan that he would put into effect should he be elected.
Two federal laws, The Identity and Assumption Deterrence Act, enacted by Congress in October 1998, and the Internet False Identification Prevention Act, enacted in 2000, have also been put into effect.
We, the environmental NGOs attending the (World Summit on Sustainable Development) strongly request the Japanese government support stipulating that the Kyoto Protocol be put into effect before the end of the year and that its implementation is ensured, at an official meeting,'' the NGOs said in a statement.
Programmes explain the content and the spirit of both the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the specific rights incorporated in the Ethiopian constitution which were put into effect after 1995.
Surely the days when this policy was first put into effect to accommodate the needs of industry and agriculture have long gone.
The restriction was originally put into effect by President Ronald Reagan but was lifted by President Clinton in 1992.
Because the plan had not been put into effect in time, the IRS said the plan would fail and could possibly trigger a transfer tax on the wife (PLR 200025032).
Having said that, raising; the kind of money that a candidate has to raise with a $1,000 maximum per person, which was something put into effect many years ago, makes no sense, either.
Though the legislation never actually has been put into effect, Smith says it has had a chilling effect on educators and that its symbolic value cannot be underestimated.
After a storm of controversy and a new general election, that budget was enacted into law, and the clauses were put into effect.
Despite all three transactions in question having been previously been cleared by the Commission in accordance with the 1989 EU Merger Regulation, the EU executive found that they "had been concluded and put into effect several months before they were notified and that it would therefore have to consider a possible application of Article 14 of the Merger Regulation".
IBO was aware of Hach's stock split put into effect on October 2, 1997.
Business managers in charge of organizations doing things of extraordinary complexity may find Schor's idea of how to shorten the working week difficult to put into effect.