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come into operation

To begin to apply, operating, or take effect; to begin implementing or enforcing (something). Several policies, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by, come into operation next month. The new law will come into operation on the first of January.
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come into opeˈration

start working; start having an effect: The new rules come into operation from next week.
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And the latest estimate for them coming into operation was March 1980.
Without any big refinery coming into operation, Iran has turned into exporter rather than importer of a gasolil," Zanganeh told a group of Petroleum Ministry officials.
With more CGSs coming into operation, the Government will establish a network of CGSs with the dual functions of community recyclables collection and environmental education in the 18 districts, so as to implement various waste reduction initiatives.
Within a period of 6 months from the coming into force of the Order, or if the Order is subsequently varied or modified, from the coming into operation of that variation or modification (whichever is the later), any person may object to the making of the Order for the purposes of such indefinite continuation.
According to Seddik, pressures will be recorded this summer on the level of drinking water in the governorate of Medenine, pending the coming into operation, next summer, of the sea water desalination plant in Djerba.
The review of the operation so far of the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act, including this case, should be brought forward and published in January next, a year on from its coming into operation, rather than in June as previously signalled.
The increased traffic at the Muscat International Airport is being attributed to the increase in the number of flights operated by the existing airlines, such as Oman Air, Ethiopian Airlines and a new airline, Rotana Air, coming into operation.
As a result of the scheme coming into operation we have launched a major recruitment drive to help us deliver 1,000 brand new homes across South Wales.
After coming into operation of the Service Tax vide Chapter V of the Finance Act, 1994, Service Tax Appeals have been included in the Jurisdiction of the tribunal.
Summary: As the Capital gears up for the Olympics, Wednesday saw the Olympics-only traffic Games Lanes coming into operation.
With the coming into operation of this center, the company will add 100 MW to Costa Rica, which will make Gas Natural Fenosa the largest private electricity producer here.
Following FTAs coming into operation in June, 2005, bilateral trade between both the countries has been strengthened.
With regard to air transport, the Head of State enquired about the latest preparations for the coming into operation of the "Enfidha-Zine el Abidine Ben Ali Airport," next November.
A London Midland spokesman said: "This was a period of great change with new routes, such as the Trent Valley line, coming into operation.
The branding for the new company, which will have a chief executive and chairman, is scheduled to be unveiled before the end of the year, with the company coming into operation next spring.