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put something into practice

to make a suggested procedure the actual procedure. That is a good policy. I suggest you put it into practice immediately. I plan to put the new technique into practice as soon as I can.
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put into practice

Also, put in practice. Carry out in action, as in It's time we put these new ideas into practice. Shakespeare used this idiom in Two Gentlemen of Verona (3:2): "Thy advice, this night, I'll put in practice." [Mid-1500s]
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This strategy is currently put into practice by large manufacturers such as Steelcase or Vitra who have thereby established a dominant position in the purchase chain.
Our goal is for participants to leave with something they can immediately put into practice when they return to their own organization.
The Fidelity Research Institute is designed to advance knowledge of how proven investment theory and public policy can be put into practice to help Americans invest wisely to meet their financial needs.
For each area IHI created a bundle of interventions known to significantly reduce harm and death when consistently put into practice by hospitals.
With ClipMetrics, most every organization can implement a comprehensive, on-going media measurement program that is easy to put into practice and is far less costly than other media measurement services," he stated.
Events that require participants in an executive education experience to immediately put into practice the skills and behaviors taught in the program;
Intellidyn President and CEO, Peter Harvey, said, "Intellidyn is pleased to welcome Jack Wallace, an innovator who has originated and put into practice leading-edge CRM and direct marketing solutions for organizations such as Fidelity Investments, General Motors and Talbots.
Your BFF will be able to put into practice what she learned to be more polite.
This was subsequently formalized in the UK Prison Design Briefing System (PDBS 1989) and the Woolf Report (1991) advocating the construction of wings for small groups of 50-70 inmates, and put into practice in triangular houses at HMP Woodhill (Milton Keynes 1991), Doncaster and Lancaster Farms.
Ingenious staff came up with more than 14,000 ideas last year, 11,000 of which were put into practice.
THE sensational success of Hawthorn High's annual production, Crazy for You, is one of many ways the school's drama studies are put into practice.
Take away tools, techniques and strategies that you can put into practice immediately.
The Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec is providing technical assistance to the Russian ministry to help it adapt current methodologies to internationally recognized standards and create the institutional structures to put into practice the laws governing the new pension plan.
He added that children had to be heard and understood by members of the cabinet before policies affecting them were put into practice.