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1. Ameliorative: 1 adj tending to ameliorate Synonyms: ameliorating , amelioratory , meliorative bettering changing for the better

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2. Something "to go on with" is a great Ameliorative, especially when one is hungry and tired

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3. LUCAS Continuity of Ameliorative effort is the sole enthusiasm that can serve the cause of improvement

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4. Ameliorative meaning Able to repair or ameliorate.

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5. Synonyms for Ameliorative include therapeutic, healing, curative, remedial, restorative, beneficial, medicinal, corrective, good and salubrious

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6. Find out the meaning of Ameliorative and the meaning of many other positive words at positivewordsdictionary.com

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7. Retroactive Ameliorative relief refers to the process of a law that is changed to benefit offenders applying retroactively to past offenders

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8. [4] The United States is one of the very few countries–along with Pakistan, Oman and South Sudan–that does not automatically recognize retroactive Ameliorative relief

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9. Ameliorative vs. Transformative Interventions. In community psychology, Ameliorative interventions are those that aim to promote well-being (Prilleltensky and Nelson, 2002)

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10. Dictionary entry overview: What does Ameliorative mean? • Ameliorative (adjective) The adjective Ameliorative has 1 sense:

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11. Tending to ameliorate Familiarity information: Ameliorative used as an adjective is very rare.

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12. ‘A critical scholarship is an important part of the Ameliorative scheme, although such criticism is not the exclusive solution.’ ‘As our awareness of the extinction crisis has grown, we have taken some Ameliorative actions.’

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13. Ameliorative (plural Amelioratives) That which betters or improves

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14. 1973, Alan Gartner, Public service employment (page 106) With such conventional Keynesian Amelioratives, the economy normally recovers with output and employment on the rise, and, unfortunately, with inflation picking up too

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15. In property law, Ameliorative waste is an improvement to an estate that changes the physical character of the property, even if the change increases the land's value.

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16. APPLICATION OF Ameliorative CRIMINAL LEGISLATION I

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17. Ameliorative Meaning: "tending to make better," 1796, from ameliorate + -ive

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18. See definitions of Ameliorative.

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19. Producing, or having a tendency to produce, amelioration or amendment: as, Ameliorative medicines

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20. Once identified, the team must determine how the student’s impairment would impact the major life activity at issue in the absence of the Ameliorative effects of each mitigating measure

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21. Ameliorative - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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22. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Ameliorative adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (aimed at improving) meliorativo adj adjetivo: Describe el sustantivo.Puede ser posesivo, numeral, demostrativo ("casa grande", "mujer alta").

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23. Aubyn Gosse (history, University of the West Indies, Jamaica) explores early 19th century plantation management in Jamaica within the larger context of Ameliorative reforms leading up to the final abolition of slavery in Jamaica and British colonies in 1833, plus reforms after abolition, such as the apprenticeship period and the actual emancipation of slaves in 1838.

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24. Antonyms for Ameliorative include harmful, detrimental, adverse, damaging, destructive, hurtful, hurting, injurious, preventive and stressful

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25.Ameliorative” captures better than “explicative” the sort of project Quine is characterizing as especially philosophical […] It should be understood, however, that on my view, whether or not an analysis is an improvement on existing meanings depends on the purpose of the inquiry

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26. The Ameliorative effects of exogenous inoculation of Piriformospora indica on molecular, biochemical and physiological parameters of Artemisia annua L

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27. Ameliorative Effects of parsley and celery on changes of mRNA expression of OAT-1 and OAT-3 in HU mice using quantitative real time PCR

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28. Ameliorative key depends on microscope, it is the skin certainly still be adiposity flabbily , the skin with repass redundant excision or pump are redundant adipose will solve

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29. Conclusion Reinforced and Ameliorative Ostwald viscosimeter has great value of practical application and popularization in experiment teaching.

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30. According to Haslanger, an Ameliorative inquiry into a concept F is the project of arriving at the concept of F-ness that a particular group should aim to get people to use, given a particular set of goals that the group holds.3 Ameliorative inquiries thus make use of normative inputs.

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31. In this study, we investigated the Ameliorative effects of S

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32. According to Haslanger, an Ameliorative inquiry into a concept F is the project of arriving at the concept of F-ness that a particular group should aim to get people to use, given a particular set of goals that the group holds.3 Ameliorative inquiries thus make use of normative inputs.

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33. Ameliorative potential of desalted Salicornia europaea L

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34. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of diosmin (DS) in oxidative stress in streptozotocin-nicotinamide (STZ-NA)-induced diabetic rats by measuring the lipid peroxidation (LPO) as well as the Ameliorative properties.

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35. Contrast to an Ameliorative pattern, which is a pattern that tells how to go from a bad solution to a good solution

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36. Ameliorative waste is an improvement to an estate that changes its character even if the change increases the land's value

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37. Under English common law, when Ameliorative waste occurs, the interested party can recover from the tenant the cost of restoring the land to its original condition.

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38. The Ameliorative mechanisms were uncovered in detail in this study, which might inspire investigators to further develop this potential strategy to real wastewater

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39. Ameliorative descentrare free-enterprise economy 許容 scenico griserie find out objektiv مورد ( دخل ، وارد مالي ) raataa marginal test contemporâneo Nerve (nervous) tissue osoba balící do balíků reddish y frekvencija Lifeboats attaching këngë excusable homicide Nederlands master melding cadmiumwolfraamfosfor

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40. The Ameliorative impact of Aloe vera, might be due to the presence of several antioxidant molecules in it which were able to counter the oxidative stress generated by cartap stress

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Dictionary

AMELIORATIVE [əˈmēlēərədiv, əˈmēlyərədiv, əˈmēlēəˌrādiv, əˈmēlyəˌrādiv]

DEFINITION

Synonyms: ameliorate .

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the meaning of the word amelioration?

Usage: Ameliorate is sometimes confused with alleviate but the words are not synonymous. Ameliorate comes ultimately from the Latin for `better', and means `to improve'.

What is the difference between ameliorate and alleviate?

Usage: Ameliorate is sometimes confused with alleviate but the words are not synonymous. Ameliorate comes ultimately from the Latin for `better', and means `to improve'. The nouns it typically goes with are condition, and situation. Alleviate means `to lessen', and frequently occurs with poverty, suffering, pain, symptoms, and effects.

What is the meaning of the word ameliorable?

To make or become better; improve: Volunteers were able to ameliorate conditions in the refugee camp. Conditions are ameliorating. [Alteration of meliorate .] a·mel′io·ra′tor n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

How are the words help and ameliorate related?

The meanings of help and ameliorate largely overlap; however, help implies a bettering that still leaves room for improvement. How are the words improve and better related as synonyms of ameliorate?