I did suffer from brain-fag on occasion, but alcohol never suggested itself as an ameliorative
the services consist of services of preventive, Curative and ameliorative
maintenance of the lighting network throughout the port area.
Architect, artist, and designer Michael Graves fought against simplicity with ameliorative
productdesigns and controversial buildings throughout his all-encompassing career.
Or will they try to shore up a globalised liberal capitalism, with an intensification of the shinier side of branded neoliberalism, ameliorative
measures such as Basic Income (an increasingly popular idea among some technologists as new techniques of automation destroy jobs), and new drives towards the marketisation and datafication of everything?
Lawmakers "nonetheless passed the bill without adopting a number of proposed ameliorative
measures that might have lessened this impact," Haynes wrote.
Indian secularism has been described as ameliorative
whose spiritual core is incrementalism.
s lawyerly, theological-ethical acumen, and ameliorative
, division-bridging aims especially well.
Stuck to the underside, over a removable plug to get the money out, is a sticker which explains that the collecting box was intended to raise money for the grandly titled "Glasgow United Evangelistic Association Evangelistic and Ameliorative
effect on hot flashes/night sweats was statistically significant for each of the medications compared to placebo.
This clearly indicates the ameliorative
efficacy of mineral and vitamin supplementation on heat stress.
In addition, it is seriously influenced by the deterioration of the ecologic- ameliorative
condition of land, the lack of incentive for farmers to implement water-saving technologies and failure of necessary reclamation works," the minister said.
15(2), the state must show that the program has an ameliorative
or remedial purpose that targets a disadvantaged group identified by an enumerated or analogous ground.