The "mother figure" especially for older women comes across as an effective ameliorator
of the gap between female bosses and junior colleagues: authority clothed in a feminine garb that society would accept.
BC could act as a direct source of soluble P salts and exchangeable P, a modifier of soil pH and ameliorator
of P complexing metals ([Al.
After being elected a Sheriff of London in 1807, Phillips improved the conditions of debtors and enacted other reforms, and on his gravestone he wished to have engraved: "He was Sheriff of London and Middlesex in 1807-8, and an effective ameliorator
of a stem and uncharitable criminal code.
These findings suggested that Livol (Herbal Polysaccaride) can effectively stimulate/enhance the body weight gain, immunity in broiler chicks and Livol (Herbal polysaccarides) can be potential ameliorator
against various vaccines and its adverse/suppressive effects in broiler chicks.
Law must not only be reduced to its formal element but, even then, be dispensed with if it does not serve the aim of the commander: "[T]his paper is intended as a reminder that those interested in promoting law as an ameliorator
of the misery of war are obliged to ensure it does not become bogged down with interpretations that are at odds with legitimate military concerns.
The precedent for the use of compulsory schooling as a moral counter to the negative influence of working-class homes and neighborhoods, and as an ameliorator
for those children who had thus far showed little promise of contributing positively to society, had already been established by reformatory and industrial schools.