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re·for·ma·tive

 (rĭ-fôr′mə-tĭv)
adj.
Serving to induce reform.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reformative - tending to reform; "reformative and rehabilitative agencies"; "reformatory punishment"
helpful - providing assistance or serving a useful function

reformative

adjective
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reformative

adj effectreformierend; reformative fervourReformeifer m
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Sirajuddin Aziz appreciated KRC's reformative scope and shared that it promises to orchestrate social change by bridging gap between epistemic and decision-making processes.
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Selected Chinese traditional paintings in An Illustrated Modern Reader of 'The Classic of Tea' illuminate the elegant art of brewing and drinking tea, the social rituals associated with tea drinking, and the reformative and cultural significance of tea ceremonies.
These substantial figures, coupled with a re-conviction rate of over 80% and the damning report that not a single young offender institution in the entire country was safe (from which might be concluded that reformative influences within such a setting would be minimal) reinforce a view that all the criminal justice agencies within North Wales, including the courts, should seek to drive down the custody rates for young people.
This reformative disruption can in turn facilitate the strengthening of every Filipino's resolve to be a responsible citizen.
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He added that the Public Prosecution, while stressing this, is also fully aware of respect for freedom of opinion and protection of its legitimate immunity which is enriched its giving and constructive criticism at "National, Scientific, Educational and Intellectual" levels, thus the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has had with all these "Sincere" "Conscious" and "Bold" contributions, a global presence classified among the first pioneers in its enlightened competitiveness and interaction, in line with the reformative and civilized approach, and that every sincere one will not accept abusing those gains, both at the level of confiscation of their legitimate freedom, or deviation from their path of awareness and discipline.
As per Article 45 of Law No 43 of 1992 on Regulating Punitive and Reformative Establishments, the petitioners lodged their pleas before the court seeking an early release after completing more than 18 years of their jail term.