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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 with the goal of helping struggling citizens. 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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Under the deal, they will put into effect a range of joint marketing activities targeting Malaysia's leading inbound visitor markets -- the UK, the US, Europe (Germany, France and Italy), and the Middle East region (the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait).
The plan was passed in 2010; resident Bob Mesteller has been challenging the law since it was put into effect regarding the potential of a lien on residents' properties.
Irishman Hughes, narrowly beaten in last season's title race by Paul Hanagan, was given a five-day suspension on the first afternoon the rules were put into effect, and he got another 10 at Kempton when finishing a neck second on More Than Words in the Play Rainbow Riches At bluesq.com Maiden Fillies' Stakes.
The Irishman was given a fiveday suspension on the first afternoon the rules were put into effect on Monday, and he got another 10 at Kempton.
The report contains "real and fundamental reforms to be put into effect immediately." The reforms cover various aspects of public life "up until 2014 when the authorities will allow Syrians to run for the presidency for the first time in nearly half a century." The alleged reform plan was handed to the U.S.
South Korea put into effect the revised law from Jan.
It struck me - what sort of credit would I get if this daft scheme was put into effect? Barbara MacArthur Cardiff
The FA have also put into effect a major costsaving exercise including a pay freeze.
In this paper, these questions are addressed in the context of history and circumstances of educational development in Bangladesh, as the Government attempts to put into effect a new national education policy and design a five year (2011-15) national development plan.
The local government in Yemen's Saada province in the far north has been handed over two of the remaining Saudi soldiers from the Houthi insurgents.<p>Sergeants Khalid Saleh Omer and Ahmed Abdullah Muhammad Al-Amri, from Saudi Marines, left Sana'a to Saudi Arabia on Thursday and their release came under the ceasefire between the army and the rebels, that was put into effect almost a week ago.
I WOULD like to know what plans are being put into effect to improve the bare land where our ambulance and bus station once stood.
The decision to drop fees will be put into effect starting from January 1, 2010.
Supporting such a noble cause is an integral part of the companyAAEs mission which is also put into effect through distributing several donation boxes in Caribou Coffee outlets in Jordan to collect donations for King Hussein Cancer Foundation
According to the memo, the Fund offers a technical aid of 50.000 Kuwaiti Dinars, equal to 8.000000 S.P., which will put into effect after the understanding agreement gets ratified, Syrian Minister of Finance Mohammad al-Hussein said.
An emergency plan to destroy the island will be put into effect if the island moves another 50 meters, the Delfi.ee Web site reported.