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Synonyms for conditioned

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

Synonyms for conditioned

established by conditioning or learning

physically fit


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Even as officers are conditioned to respond with deadly force, they learn in a disciplined environment where the use of force is tightly controlled and the consequences for an improper or illegal use of force are great.
CE-10 and 10 the CMTBE-15 conditioned diaphragms continue to
Ader found to his surprise that, after a period of training, animals that had been conditioned with saccharine and cyclophosphamide over several test periods actually showed immunosuppression even in the absence of the cyclophosphamide treatment when given saccharine alone.
One can pour a gallon of water onto a dry heap of sand and correctly state that the resulting combination is now at 3% moisture, but this doesn't take into account how well the sand has been conditioned.
When the real estate market faces difficult times, however, loan commitments are conditioned upon unusual requirements which may ultimately concern the seller.
The tender offer and consent solicitation are subject to, and conditioned upon, the valid tender of, and delivery of consents with respect to, a majority of the outstanding principal amount of senior notes, entering into the amendment to the senior secured credit facility and other customary general conditions.
Approval of this application also is specifically conditioned on compliance by Bank and its parent companies with the commitments made in connection with this application and with the conditions in this order.
The financing necessary to complete the merger is conditioned on, among other things, the Company's comparable net sales for the 2005 fourth quarter being not less than negative 6% and the Company's EBITDA (adjusted in certain respects as set forth in the financing commitment) for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2005 being not less than $140 million.
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