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en·rich

 (ĕn-rĭch′)
tr.v. en·riched, en·rich·ing, en·rich·es
1. To make rich or richer.
2. To make fuller, more meaningful, or more rewarding: An appreciation of art will enrich your life.
3. To add fertilizer to.
4. To add a nutrient or nutrients to: a government program to enrich flour with folic acid.
5. To add to the beauty or character of; adorn: "Glittering tears enriched her eyes" (Arnold Bennett).
6. Physics To increase the amount of one or more radioactive isotopes in (a material, especially a nuclear fuel).

[Middle English enrichen, from Old French enrichier : en-, causative pref.; see en-1 + riche, rich; see rich.]

en·rich′er n.

enriching

(ɪnˈrɪtʃɪŋ)
adj
giving increased enjoyment or appreciation
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On the other hand, to keep his servant honest the prince ought to study him, honouring him, enriching him, doing him kindnesses, sharing with him the honours and cares; and at the same time let him see that he cannot stand alone, so that many honours may not make him desire more, many riches make him wish for more, and that many cares may make him dread chances.
Never had that lady seemed a more tempting subject than at that moment, seated there like some sensuous Madonna, with the gleam of the fading day enriching her splendid color.
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The report shows that Iran is continuing to enrich but at the same pace it has been enriching since February 2012.
London, Feb 22 ( ANI ): Iran has started installing advanced centrifuge machines for enriching uranium at its nuclear plant at Natanz, the UN's nuclear watchdog has said.
Iran says that it is enriching to the 20% level to produce fuel for its research reactor.
The agency had previously reported that Iran is enriching uranium to 20 percent purity.
Iran began enriching uranium to 20 percent in February 2010, after a proposed deal that would have seen Tehran swap its low-enriched uranium of 3.
Iran has been producing low-enriched uranium for some time and announced in February that it had started enriching uranium to a higher, 20 percent, level to make fuel for a medical research reactor.
We do not believe they have the capability to enrich to the degree to which they now say they are enriching.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad orders his country's atomic agency to begin enriching uranium to a higher level, a move that's likely to deepen international suspicion over the country's intentions for its nuclear program.
Summary: Iran on Tuesday started enriching uranium to a level of 20 percent at its Natanz enrichment facility under the surveillance of inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog.