enrichment

  • 41enrichment of the language — improvement of the language …

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  • 42enrichment plant — /ɛnˈrɪtʃmənt plænt/ (say en richmuhnt plant) noun a plant for the production of enriched uranium …

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  • 43enrichment device — A circuit in a carburetor providing a richer mixture, operated by engine vacuum …

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  • 44enrichment unit — A circuit in a carburetor providing a richer mixture, operated by engine vacuum …

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  • 45Living Enrichment Center — entrance, Wilsonville …

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  • 46Unjust enrichment — is a legal term in English law and in several other jurisdictions, denoting a particular type of causative event in which one party is unjustly enriched at the expense of another, and an obligation to make restitution arises, regardless of… …

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  • 47Environmental enrichment — Environmental enrichment, also called behavioral enrichment, refers to the practice of providing animals under managed care with environmental stimuli. The goal of environmental enrichment is to improve an animal s quality of life by increasing… …

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  • 48English unjust enrichment law — is a developing area of law in unjust enrichment. Traditionally, work on unjust enrichment has been dealt with under the title of restitution . Restitution is a gain based remedy, the opposite of compensation, as a loss based remedy. But the… …

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  • 49unjust enrichment — unjust en·rich·ment n 1: the retaining of a benefit (as money) conferred by another when principles of equity and justice call for restitution to the other party; also: the retaining of property acquired esp. by fraud from another in… …

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  • 50Work-family enrichment — or work family facilitation refers to a process whereby experience or participation in one role increases the quality or performance in the other role.Enrichment of facilitation can occur when involvement in one role leads to benefits, resources …

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  • 51Summer Enrichment Program — The Summer Enrichment Program located at University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado is a summer camp for gifted and talented children entering grades 5 10. SEP consists of two sessions, each two weeks long. Session One for 2008 is from… …

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  • 52United States Enrichment Corporation — Infobox Company company name = USEC Inc company company type = Public (nyse|USU) slogan = foundation = 1992 location = Bethesda, Maryland key people = John K. Welch, CEO Chairman num employees = 2,677 industry = Basic Materials products =… …

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  • 53UNJUST ENRICHMENT — The Concept The law of obligations deals with obligations arising from both contract and tort, i.e., those undertaken by the party or parties concerned of their own free will and those imposed by law on a person – against his will – in… …

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  • 54Job enrichment — is an attempt to motivate employees by giving them the opportunity to use the range of their abilities. It is an idea that was developed by the American psychologist Frederick Herzberg in the 1950s. It can be contrasted to job enlargement which… …

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  • 55job enrichment — job en‧rich‧ment [ dʒɒb ɪnˌrɪtʆmənt] [ $ˈdʒɑːb ] noun [uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCES when employees are given more rewarding work or more responsibility in their job, in an effort to make them feel happier and perform better: • There has been… …

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  • 56Paradox of enrichment — The Paradox of enrichment is a term from population ecology coined by Michael Rosenzweig in 1973. He described an effect in six predator prey models wherein increasing the food available to the prey caused the predator s population to destabilize …

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  • 57National Enrichment Facility — The National Enrichment Facility (NEF) is a plant for the enrichment of uranium. The plant uses a gas centrifuge technology known as Zippe type centrifuges. It is located 5 miles east of Eunice, New Mexico.[1] The NEF is operated by Louisiana… …

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  • 58Free-air concentration enrichment — FACE facility in the Nevada desert. Free Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment (FACE) is a method used by ecologists and plant biologists that raises the concentration of CO2 in a specified area and allows the response of plant growth to be measured.… …

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  • 59start enrichment — See after start enrichment cold start enrichment hot start enrichment …

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  • 60Systematic Evolution of Ligands by Exponential Enrichment — SELEX ( Systematic Evolution of Ligands by Exponential Enrichment ), also referred to as in vitro selection or in vitro evolution , is a combinatorial technique in molecular biology for producing oligonucleotides of either single stranded DNA or… …

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