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Synonyms for furtherance

encouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance of something

the advancement of some enterprise

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The government's detention memo further states that "Zazi remained committed to detonating an explosive device up until the date of his arrest, as exemplified by among other things, traveling overseas to receive bomb-making instructions, conducting extensive research on the internet regarding components of explosive devices, purchasing -- on multiple occasions -- the components necessary to produce TATP [Triacetone Triperoxide] and other explosive devices, and traveling to New York City on September 10, 2009 in furtherance of the criminal plan.
O determines that, in direct furtherance of its charitable purpose, it will sell the qualified vehicle at a price significantly below FMV to a trainee who needs transportation to a new workplace.
Pope Benedict XVI, an admirer of Newman's thought since his student days, is said to favour furtherance of his cause (The Wanderer, Nov.
He is charged with unlawful sale of a firearm to a known felon, being an addict in possession of a firearm and ammunition, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, and carrying a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.
It represents a furtherance of our commitment to provide quality public healthcare to the New York City community," said HHC President Dr.
In holding that the contract cancellation payment constituted wages subject to withholding, the IRS reasoned that the employment relationship encompasses the establishment, maintenance, furtherance, alteration or cancellation of said relationship.
Services and supplies provided to the CPA in furtherance of this memorandum shall be made available in accordance with DoD Instruction 4000.
BOSTON, March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- A Roxbury man was indicted on Wednesday, March 6, 2002 in federal court in connection with being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking, and possession with intent to distribute heroin, crack cocaine, and marijuana.
According to the court, the prisoner presented the "very archetype of a cognizable First Amendment retaliation claim" in alleging that prison officials: (1) arbitrarily confiscated, withheld and eventually destroyed his property, threatened to transfer him to another facility, and ultimately assaulted him; (2) because he; (3) exercised his First Amendment rights to file prison grievances and otherwise seek access to the legal process, and that; (4) beyond imposing those tangible harms, the officers' actions chilled the prisoner's First Amendment rights; and (5) were not undertaken in narrowly tailored furtherance of legitimate penological purposes.
The new law provides that no "government shall impose a substantial burden on the religious exercise of a person residing in or confined to an institution" unless the burden "is in furtherance of a compelling governmental interest" and is the "least restrictive means" of advancing that interest.
Jean La Marche refers at one point to 'the importance of subject research in architecture' and obviously intends his book to be a contribution to the furtherance of that research.
In furtherance of all five goals, review the recommendations of the strategic planning task forces on volunteerism, advocacy, and marketing of educational programs and, as appropriate, refine and develop implementation plans.
The common law rule, however, is that it is not required that the government prove that the suspects committed an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy in order to prove the crime of conspiracy.
In furtherance of this objective, ISCO is currently developing human stem cells, techniques to cause those stem cells to be "differentiated" into the specific cell types required for transplant, and manufacturing protocols to produce the cells without contamination with animal by-products, a characteristic likely to be important in meeting U.
501(c)(3) organization may form and participate in a partnership and meet the operational test of the statute if (1) participation in the partnership furthers a charitable or educational purpose and (2) the partnership arrangement permits the exempt organization to act exclusively in furtherance of its exempt purpose and only incidentally for the benefit of the for-profit partners.