ameliorating

  • 1ameliorating — adj. prenom. [p. pr. of {ameliorate}.] causing improvement in or reducing the bad effects of an unfavorable condition. Syn: ameliorative, amelioratory, meliorative [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 2Ameliorating — Ameliorate A*mel io*rate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Ameliorated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Ameliorating}.] [L. ad + meliorare to make better: cf. F. am[ e]liorer. See {Meliorate}.] To make better; to improve; to meliorate. [1913 Webster] In every human being… …

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  • 3ameliorating — a·mel·io·rate || É™ miːljÉ™reɪt v. improve, better; get better, improve oneself …

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  • 4ameliorating — adjective tending to ameliorate • Syn: ↑ameliorative, ↑amelioratory, ↑meliorative • Similar to: ↑bettering • Derivationally related forms: ↑meliorate (for …

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  • 5ameliorating waste — see waste Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 6ameliorating waste — See meliorating waste …

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  • 7constructive suggestion — ameliorating suggestion, advice which leads to improvement …

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  • 8Biochar — is a charcoal produced from biomass that can store carbon. It is of increasing interest because of concerns about global warming caused by emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases. In some cases, the term is used specifically to mean biomass… …

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  • 9Agrichar — Biochar Le mot Biochar est un néologisme composé du préfixe « bio » et du mot anglais « charcoal », qui signifie « charbon de bois ». Le mot anglais Biochar est parfois traduit par le mot « Biocharbon » par …

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  • 10Agrochar — Biochar Le mot Biochar est un néologisme composé du préfixe « bio » et du mot anglais « charcoal », qui signifie « charbon de bois ». Le mot anglais Biochar est parfois traduit par le mot « Biocharbon » par …

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  • 11Biochar — Le mot Biochar est un néologisme composé du préfixe bio et du mot anglais charcoal, qui signifie charbon de bois. Le mot anglais Biochar est parfois traduit par le mot Biocharbon par les francophones (bien qu en réalité tous les charbons, y… …

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  • 12Biocharbon — Biochar Le mot Biochar est un néologisme composé du préfixe « bio » et du mot anglais « charcoal », qui signifie « charbon de bois ». Le mot anglais Biochar est parfois traduit par le mot « Biocharbon » par …

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  • 13international relations — a branch of political science dealing with the relations between nations. [1970 75] * * * Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political… …

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  • 14Management of heart failure — requires a muitimodal approach. It involves a combination of lifestyle modifications, medications, and possibly the use of devices or surgery. Contents 1 Diet and lifestyle measures 1.1 Fluid restriction 2 Pharmacological management …

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  • 15ameliorate — I verb advance, allay, better, change for the better, correct, corrigere, cultivate, develop, ease, elevate, enhance, forward, fructify, help, improve, make better, make progress, meliorate, mend, mitigate, palliate, promote, raise, rectify,… …

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  • 16EMANCIPATION — Definitions and Dialectics Emancipation of the Jews in modern times stands alongside such other emancipatory movements as those of the serfs, women, slaves in the United States, and Catholics in England. The term emancipation is derived from… …

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  • 17Ameliorate — A*mel io*rate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Ameliorated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Ameliorating}.] [L. ad + meliorare to make better: cf. F. am[ e]liorer. See {Meliorate}.] To make better; to improve; to meliorate. [1913 Webster] In every human being there is a… …

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  • 18Ameliorated — Ameliorate A*mel io*rate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Ameliorated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Ameliorating}.] [L. ad + meliorare to make better: cf. F. am[ e]liorer. See {Meliorate}.] To make better; to improve; to meliorate. [1913 Webster] In every human being… …

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  • 19amelioratingprenominal ameliorative amelioratory meliorative — bettering ettering adj. changing for the better; antonym of {worsening}. [Narrower terms: {ameliorating(prenominal), ameliorative, amelioratory, meliorative}] [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 20Amelioration — A*mel io*ra tion, n. [Cf. F. am[ e]lioration.] The act of ameliorating, or the state of being ameliorated; making or becoming better; improvement; melioration. Amelioration of human affairs. J. S. Mill. [1913 Webster] …

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