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to advance to a more desirable state

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Feng et al., "Inhibiting interleukin 17 can ameliorate the demyelination caused by A.
Szlapka, "Macroautophagy and selective mitophagy ameliorate chondrogenic differentiation potential in adipose stem cells of equine metabolic syndrome: new findings in the field of progenitor cells differentiation," Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, vol.
The project of the generalization of drinking water and liquid purification networks (30 mln MAD) is meant to address the challenge of urbanization, ameliorate populations' lifestyle and preserve the environment.
I also like the fact Ameliorate has a light scent but isn't heavily perfumed, so it doesn't interfere with my signature scent.
Among the conditions that vitamin D may ameliorate are infectious diseases, ovarian cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel syndrome, wheezing, diabetes type 1 and 2, hypertension, atherosclerosis, colorectal cancer, prostate cancer, and breast cancer.
"This capability is a crucial first step in defining translational therapies to ameliorate the effects of inner ear disease in humans."
The result was a system that at times enabled prisoners to ameliorate the most oppressive aspects of their incarceration, but at other times was punctuated with arbitrary violence.
The developers as well as state officials overseeing the Atlantic Yards' revitalization hope the changes will ameliorate some of the criticism the project has generated among opponents who took issue with its size and density and the way it would remake the area's skyline and potentially disrupt the character and environment of surrounding neighborhoods.
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.
Congress has chosen to ameliorate the effect of this double taxation, by allowing an income tax deduction for the estate tax attributable to the taxable gain--there is no foundation in the Code for supplementing this Congressional income tax relief by the additional relief that E seeks.
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."
The LWVUS Lobby Corps was on the Hill in the summer months garnering support for the SAFE Act (Security and Freedom Ensured) as a bipartisan measure to ameliorate some of the more troubling provisions of the Patriot Act.