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Synonyms for conducive

favourable

Synonyms for conducive

tending to contribute to a result

Synonyms for conducive

tending to bring about

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21) For instance, the middle in Example (65) makes a general statement about the conduciveness to cleaning of latex paint but does not necessarily imply any specific actualization of that action.
This will make it possible to monitor the evolving functional relations and evaluate them in terms of the criteria of usefulness in meeting genuine needs, conduciveness to building equality and reciprocity between the two societies, and avoiding the perpetuation of a pattern of dependency.
Wildlife protection laws such as the ESA stand alongside a few other types of government action in their conduciveness to both physical and regulatory taking claims.
At the meetings, staff could be encouraged to share with upper management any thoughts about the environment of the association and its conduciveness to multiculturalism.
Highlighting key country trends and providing an in-depth analysis of the political environment, economic growth, legal framework, investment conduciveness and technology landscape, this research service also pans out the growth opportunities for the chemicals industry in Vietnam.
More recently, Bayes's rule has been claimed to be superior on grounds of conduciveness to epistemic goals.
Nevertheless, Aristotle deplored militarism as eroding the best qualities of civilization and hastening the demise of a state, and he warned of warfare's conduciveness to tyranny.
The objective of this article is to examine the Kuwaiti women's struggle for political rights, their participation in the last two elections and investigate their inability to win any seats, in spite of the conduciveness of the political environment to their electoral success.
There is no significant difference in users' perception of the conduciveness of academic library and online facilities for research purposes in Nigeria.
Suppose we say that to justify directly a political act is to show the correspondence of this very act (not just some higher-level act that authorized this one) to ideals of justice or conduciveness to general human goods.
Highlighting key country trends and providing an indepth analysis of the political environment, economic growth, legal framework, investment conduciveness and technology landscape, this research service also pans out the growth opportunities for the environmental industry in the UAE.
Characteristics of the best toys: Beautiful shapes, lots of bright colors and a conduciveness to the development of baby's visual and audio-visual co- ordination.
Another benefit to the Alpha lifestyle is its conduciveness to friends living together.
The former explains regularities in terms of their conduciveness to some purposive agent's aims and objectives ("he never mixes business with pleasure").
Because of its conduciveness to generating synchronistic events, this local constriction of probability space was christened a synchronitron.