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Synonyms for promote

Synonyms for promote

to raise in rank

to help bring about

to cause to move forward or upward, as toward a goal

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

to increase or seek to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

Synonyms for promote

be changed for a superior chess or checker piece

change a pawn for a better piece by advancing it to the eighth row, or change a checker piece for a more valuable piece by moving it to the row closest to your opponent

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The previous government dissolved the EDB citing its failure to promote domestic industry and for causing undue delays.
After contact is made and the parties agree to terms for working together, Promote Builders recommends they formalize the relationship with a written contract.
* promote equitable access to community services through consistent eligibility criteria and uniform rules and procedures;
Brown, How To Use The Internet To Advertise, Promote, And Market Your Business Or Web Site--With Little Or No Money is a straightforward, how-to guide to maximize the advantages of an online site and promote one's business.
CORRECTION: Make no mistake: if there is anything representing "back to basics" about the ACLU, it assuredly isn't an attempt to promote, say, the American principles of the authors of the Declaration of Independence that focus on God--saying that all men "are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights."
It is important to teach learning strategies, but it is even more important to promote opportunities for hands-on practice with these strategies, in order to learn how to use them in different learning situations and academic tasks (Canabach et al., 2002; Valle et al., 2005).
It is weak because it says nothing about using northern mineral wealth to promote value-added and supply industries in the North.
"The School Board acted not to promote critical thinking in general, but to cause 'students to consider critically information regarding evolution to try to determine its validity,'" Americans United asserts.
One of the most plausible scenarios in which exercise would promote sleep is through anxiety reduction.
In general, companies will only promote products they consider economically advantageous.
Its primary goal is to promote recycling and the recyclability of products.
We are convinced that the administration of the tax laws in accordance with the highest standards of professional competence and integrity, as well as an atmosphere of mutual trust and confidence between business and government, will promote the efficient and equitable operation of the tax system.
The mission of the American Road Race Medical Society is to promote the health and safety of participants in road racing endurance events through research, communication, education and public promotion.
To promote design practice that is compatible with the National Assembly Sustainable Development Scheme, promoting best practice in energy efficiency, waste disposal and public transport.