ameliorate


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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.
It has been suggested that taxpayers can comply with the Model Statute's requirements by providing copies of every tax return filed with every state and that this alternative will ameliorate any compliance concerns.
Equipping university leaders to address student alcohol use means having them understand the human capital lost by college students related to alcohol use and providing them with tools to ameliorate the associated harm (Powell & Wechsler, 2003).
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.
Gaye Warthe, Irene Hoffart and Merrill Cooper, was contracted by the City of Calgary Strategies, the united Way of Calgary and Area and the Calgary and Area Child and Family Services Authority to assess the overall capacity of the sector to prevent, reduce and ameliorate the effects of family and sexual violence.
I've "always been kind of loud about my beliefs," said Benecke, 24, who wants to use his group Queer Awareness to "promote a healthy image of nonheterosexual people through tasteful advertisements and other media in order to ameliorate prejudice.
To ameliorate the dam's impact, the government and the town of Mirasaka commissioned a series of earthworks, one of which was a cemetery for the unknown people whose unmarked graves were flooded by the waters of the dam.
Having been forced to give up her acting career by Butler and subject to his many demands, Fanny turned her energies to trying to ameliorate the slaves' lives, especially the women and children.
Currently, many schools do not have mechanisms focused specifically on how to prevent and ameliorate barriers to learning and teaching.
The author's advice and direction in this area could help to ameliorate the complicated bereavement and grief suffered by the survivors of suicide.
But while oil development may help ameliorate some economic problems, it could also lead to the destruction of vast tracts of rainforest.
Coustan, chairman of the AICPA tax executive committee, the AICPA was strongly behind efforts last year to ameliorate the estimated tax problems "until the proposals turned into a major revenue raiser that would have required all individuals and unincorporated businesses to use 120% of the prior year's tax as a safe harbor.