cure


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Synonyms for cure

an agent used to restore health

something that corrects or counteracts

to rectify (an undesirable or unhealthy condition)

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Synonyms for cure

provide a cure for, make healthy again

prepare by drying, salting, or chemical processing in order to preserve

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make (substances) hard and improve their usability

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be or become preserved

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It was something new to hear such words as these in the mouth of a simple cure.
They depend almost entirely on the moral condition of the population, which we can never completely reform without the potent aid of the cures.
The light is reflected and then goes through filters, producing a broad wavelength of light to cure resins.
Gloria serves on the Board of Directors of The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis, the national fundraising arm of The Miami Project, and served as the Chairperson for the Capital Campaign that raised $40 million to build the Lois Pope LIFE Center, the home of The Miami Project, which opened in 2000.
Each stage in rubber fabrication usually adds additional work history to a rubber compound before that robber ,arrives at the cure process.
The SM8000 series can be conventionally fabricated like other organic resin systems (3-hr cure at 275-375 F).
Using an amine vapor catalyst to produce an extremely rapid catalytic cure at temperatures between 130 and 140 F, the VIC system has been reported by at least one user to reduce the drying time of a polyurethane enamel on metal from 8 hr to 1 hr.
Company supplies reactive dilutions said to speed cures without shortening pot life.
The Civil Court held for the owner after trial, but, pursuant to RPAPL [section]753(4), stayed the issuance of the warrant of eviction for 10 days to enable the tenant to cure the breach.
These techniques rely on the processing parameters of the material, such as flow-ability, cure speed and demolding capability of the materials.
While the Civil Court action was still proceeding, the co-op served DeCastro with a Notice to Cure based upon the shareholder's failure to pay maintenance charges.
A second, low-temperature heat-curing step is also required to cure a few "shadow areas" remaining after uv curing.
In certain instances, minimal heat is applied with infrared lamps or by other means to prevent lack of cure against the cold pattern surface or to accelerate the cure.
Komen for the Cure, the world's largest and most progressive grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists, welcomes the Komen Central Wisconsin Affiliate which joins 124 Komen Affiliates across the globe working to end breast cancer forever.