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come into operation

To begin to apply, operate, take effect, or be enforced. 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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start working; start having an effect: The new rules come into operation from next week.
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With the laboratory coming into operation, all fruits and vegetables being imported from India would be pesticide-tested before allowing into Nepal.
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We are working to make useroperated level crossings safer with new technology, but the majority of these incidents are occurring at automated level crossings in built-up areas where there is ample warning they are coming into operation. Do not take chances, it could end in tragedy."
The two flights were chartered by tour operator Pegas Touristik, a privileged partner since its coming into operation in 2003.
The Minister gave the assurance that, with the coming into operation of the Power Distribution Services (PDS), the ECG will continue to be an asset owner with 51% shares, while other partners hold 49% shares.
The first unit of the project was commissioned in April 2018, followed by the rest three units coming into operation, each after one month's gap.
The first unit was commissioned in April this year, followed by the remaining three units coming into operation after one month's interval each.
Summary: Minister of Trade Omar El Behi announced at a meeting held Wednesday, May 30, 2018 in Tunis the coming into operation from next June of a new shipping line between
'The recommendations contained in the report of the Election Commission dated March 6, 2018 shall have effect from the date of the coming into operation of this Order,' the order dated March 28 said.
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.
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.
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. In terms of air cargo traffic at the Muscat International Airport, aviation statistics indicate a slight decrease in the total unloaded freight by one per cent with total shipments pegged at 8,713 tonnes, compared to 8,767 tonnes in the same period in 2013.
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."
Summary: As the Capital gears up for the Olympics, Wednesday saw the Olympics-only traffic Games Lanes coming into operation.