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to advance to a more desirable state

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(2009) indicated that BC acts as a direct source of soluble P salts and ameliorator of P complexing metals ([Al.sup.3+], [Fe.sup.3+, 2+], [Ca.sup.2+]), thereby increasing the availability of mineralised P to plants.
Arguably, South Africa's greatest lesson for American policy experts is not that zero-tolerance models but that dangers exist when a state abnegates its role as an ameliorator of economic inequalities--and when a state fails to produce social, legal, and criminal-justice environments in which people, young people in particular, trust government to keep order and address their civic needs.
Airlift as a Legitimacy Enabler and Security Dilemma Ameliorator
In short, he would serve as "guardian of the process of free government as well as an active ameliorator of its product" (p.
During the 1980s optimism that public education could promote both excellence and equity seriously deteriorated in a political climate that identified the state as the perpetrator rather than the ameliorator of social and economic ills.
In conclusion, mycotoxin binders counteracted the deleterious effects of aflatoxins on antibody profile, weight gain, feed consumption and visceral organs of broilers suggesting that these agents can be potential ameliorators against aflatoxicosis in broilers.
[76.] Lindemann MD, Blodgett DJ, Kornegay ET and GG Schurig Potential Ameliorators of Aflatoxicosis in Weanling/Growing Swine.
Schurig, "Potential ameliorators of aflatoxicosis in weanling/growing swine," Journal of Animal Science, vol.
(56) Is Boccaccio setting aside both the Jewish faith, whose people first received the ten commandments, and the Christian faith, whose followers claim to be the continuators and ameliorators of Judaism, while giving a gentile, the Greek Melisso, the possibility of treating his citizens honorably and lovingly and being treated likewise by them?