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to advance to a more desirable state

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I also like the fact Ameliorate has a light scent but isn't heavily perfumed, so it doesn't interfere with my signature scent.
He said that business community couldnt solely ameliorate economy, unless assisted by government, whose only remedy seemed to be limited to over loading masses and business community with taxations; and even that, while knowing the economic conditions, Country was passing through.
In his word on behalf of Akkar's deputies, MP Mou'een Merehbi considered that holding this conference comes within the framework of the ministerial statement's highlighting of the importance of exerting efforts to ameliorate agricultural conditions in Lebanon at all levels; thus, protecting local products and rendering this sector a profitable one.
Speaking on the occasion, Cassem Peer recalled that Octogenarian Mandela spent 67 years of his life in service to humanitywhether by leading them against apartheid regime of white minority, whether by his humble community work or with his efforts to ameliorate the life of slum-dwellers of his country.
This capability is a crucial first step in defining translational therapies to ameliorate the effects of inner ear disease in humans.
The new study suggests that limiting breast-feeding might ameliorate some of the effect that PCBs have on immunity, but Grandjean stresses that it's not wise to discourage breast-feeding, even in such a heavily PCB-exposed population as the Faroese.
While the MTC should appropriately work to eliminate or ameliorate multiple taxation where it occurs owing to discontinuities in the different states' laws, the MTC should not seek to impose its judgment on states whose legislatures have chosen a different path.
The perpetuation of Islamist movements in chronic states of conflict, despite multiple efforts to ameliorate or eliminate them, is analyzed as a function of their being, of necessity, exclusive organizations.
So Mittlestaedt has created the concept of "Managing Multiple Mistakes" in order to ameliorate the negative consequences.
In conclusion, the analysts write that "if the goal is to reduce women's risk for depression, research should focus on how to prevent and ameliorate the effect of unwanted childbearing.
This situation illuminates how it is no longer enough for institutions to do something, without evidence that an action functions to positively ameliorate harm associated with heavy alcohol use.
In order to ameliorate popular misgivings about the safety of BT/GE, science students and teachers (who are often not much wiser) are hoodwinked by the biotechnology industry into believing "that genetic engineering is not essentially different from traditional, time-tested interventions such as the breeding of plants and animals, or using yeasts to make bread or beer" (p.
Such an election would ameliorate the disparate treatment that arises merely because a decedent happens to die in 2010, rather than 2009, and would eliminate the modified-carryover-basis rule's recordkeeping problems.
However, it takes a willingness to set aside time for the reflective and strategic activities that will ameliorate, if not eliminate, symptoms of cumulative fatigue and burnout in themselves and their teams.
This didn't help to ameliorate the affronts to taste he staged in his painting.