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to make less severe or more bearable

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lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of

make less severe or harsh

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Other courts, however, maintained that New York law still imposed a duty to mitigate on residential landlords and that the Holy Properties case only applied to commercial leases.
Best-in-class manufacturers are taking a holistic approach by standardizing processes for managing risks, investing in capabilities to escalate non-conformances in real time, linking operational metrics to financial metrics and integrating manufacturing solutions with risk solutions to proactively address and mitigate risks across the critical aspects of manufacturing operations," Shah concluded.
The DoD Program Managers Handbook--Common Practices to Mitigate the Risk of Obsolescence available at <http://www.
Whatever technology is used, it is important the appliances have the ability to mitigate latency issues, compress the data and shield the application from network disruptions.
In the meantime, California businesses can use this time proactively--as an opportunity to evaluate their property, mitigate risks and ride out the storm.
Active Reasoning System 5 represents the next step in Active Reasoning's strategy to fully automate enterprise-wide IT controls for IT Policy Enforcement and IT Governance Automation so that IT organizations can improve service delivery, mitigate operational risk and reduce IT control costs.
Description of Work: It is the goal of this solicitation to identify and contract with radon mitigators to mitigate radon in three to ten homes in Minnesota.
Power supply will have an increasingly significant impact on commercial property values and many real estate portfolios, according to Vince Berlen, executive vice president of SourceOne, Inc, who discussed how real estate owners can mitigate power risk at a recent Real Estate Technology Forum meeting.
Ferguson wrote that Clinton's defenders will argue "that his long years of 'public service' mitigate against punishment.
Optim will enable Tropitone to improve performance, mitigate risk and control costs across its Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle databases on a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition system.
Paragraph 18 of the lease provided that the landlord was under no duty to mitigate its damages by releasing and that if the tenant abandons the premises or if eviction occurs, the tenant will remain liable for all amounts due under the lease agreement.
The report - 1,000 pages long - said conservation programs and a redesign of the 2,800-acre project by developer Washington Mutual would ``create additional off-site populations'' and mitigate the impact on the frogs and flowers.
The New York State Court of Appeals ruled last Thursday, December 7th, that a commercial building owner does not have to mitigate damages should a tenant move out.
What does it take to mitigate and is there more than one way to mitigate?