- He tried to rationalize his foolish actions.
- Globalization has gone mad: why transport Spanish cucumbers to exterminate the Northern Germans when half of them live in Mallorca? We need to rationalize all of that and adopt a more solid method of bacterial decontamination.
- Law 218/1990 had enacted a special scheme to facilitate the transfer of banking assets or branches of banking businesses held by the local public entities to newly created or existing private banks, with a view to rationalize the exercise of the banking activity in Italy (Article 1 of Law 218/1990).
- The above fragile financial situation was in spite of the increased consumption during the period between 2006 and 2008, as described in recital (60) above, and the efforts of the Union industry to rationalize production costs, as described in recitals (75) and (76) above.