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to make greater in intensity or severity

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Meanwhile, according to a Chinese foreign ministry's statement issued here, Wang Yi during the meeting told his Pakistani counterpart that China-Pakistan all-weather strategic partnership had been deepened and promoted in the process of building the 'Belt and Road'.
Germany is China's important partner in Europe, and an all-round and deepened development of bilateral relations conforms to the fundamental interests of the two countries and peoples, Li said at a meeting with Germany's Minister of Economic Affairs Brigitte Zypries.
Summary: Ukrainian industrial output deepened to 12.1% YoY in July
Further, the company mentioned that it will use a combination of hopper and clamshell vessels to dredge over 1m cu yd to deepen a section of the river from 40 ft to 45 ft, adding that it had deepened a different section of the Delaware River two years ago as well.
The bank said that it has deepened its retail banking operations in order to forestall any negative impact the monetary policy would have on its balance sheet in the second half of 2013.
Part of the research was petrographic study of the rocks before and after the exposure to the high temperatures, observations of the thermic deepened openings, characteristics and analysis of the rock structure near the deepened openings, furthermore characteristics of the cracks and melt penetration into the cracks, characteristics of the melts.
When they are expanded to provide a wide variety of assets, they are said to have been deepened. Characteristically, financial markets play critical roles in this aspect.
Fremantle Harbour and its approach channels are being deepened so that bigger ships now servicing Australian trade can call fully loaded.
ISMAILIA: Egypt has deepened its strategic Suez Canal to ensure the biggest ships will be able to pass between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean as its revenue, traffic and tonnage perks up from a slow 2009.
The trustee alleged that the management had allowed Global to operate and incur debt while it was insolvent, and that "[b]y prolonging the debtor's corporate life and incurring more debt, the [management] deepened Global's insolvency, and reduced any potential recovery for the creditors of the debtor's bankruptcy estate." (59) The trustee also alleged that Atlantic Bank knew or should have known that Global, an insolvent corporation, would be unable to pay back the money loaned to it.
The bankruptcy trustee sued Grant Thornton, contending Technimar was insolvent at the time of the bond offering and that the inability of the auditors to discover the accelerated repayment agreement "deepened" the insolvency by allowing the company to accumulate debt it could not repay.
The ECSC was gradually broadened and deepened with additional treaties and agreements, becoming the European Economic Community (EEC or Common Market), which later morphed again into the EC, or European Community, before transforming into the European Union.
Shippers, ports and labor groups say that in order to remain competitive in the global shipping market, the channel between Astoria and Portland must be deepened to accommodate larger ships.
Thus, while the new boundaries constituted in one sense new limitations on men, in a larger far more important sense they sharpened and deepened the hegemony of "real men," and nowhere more strikingly than under the aegis of two ambitious professions, law and medicine, collaborating in the boundary-setting discourses.
But as the hole deepened, conditions grew more difficult, sparking a string of technical frustrations, caused in part by temperatures that topped 150 [degrees]C at the bottom of the hole.