Ameliorate definition

Ameliorate means to make or become better; improve.
Ameliorate or “amelioration” means a lessening o f the detrimental effect or severity o f the cell adhesion disorder in the subject receiving therapy, the severity of the response being determined by means that are well known in the art.
Ameliorate. To improve a condition or to prevent a condition from getting worse.

Examples of Ameliorate in a sentence

Ameliorate the impact by protecting the receptor from the cause(s) of the impact.

This agreement may be terminated at anytime by either party via delivery of written notice to either party.

Overcoming the Tragedy of Super Wicked Problems: Constraining Our Future Selves to Ameliorate Global Climate Change.

All developments should provide communal or private spaces for residents and the community that:  Ameliorate the urban heat island effect;  Provide flooding attenuation if required; and  Increase biodiversity.

IRC Section 6707A Should Be Amended Expeditiously to Ameliorate the Unconscionable Impact It Is Having on Taxpayers.

Civil Procedure > Jurisdiction > Subject Matter Juris- diction > Jurisdiction Over Actions > General Overview Civil Procedure > Removal > Postremoval Remands >General Overview[HN3] 28 U.S.C.S. § 1447(e) provides that if after re- moval the plaintiff seeks to join additional defendants whose joinder would destroy subject matter jurisdiction, the court may deny joinder, or permit joinder and remand the action to the State court.

Ameliorate with a non-peat based compost at 25L/m2 and incorporate 100g/m2 of Hortibase CRF 16-8-12 slow release fertilizer from Hortifeeds, contact tel.

Tompkins et al., Allogeneic Mesenchymal Stem Cells Ameliorate Aging Frailty: A Phase II Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial, 72 JS.

Historical and Contextual Influences on the U.S. Response to Contemporary Homelessness Exhibit 3An Evolving System of Service To Address HomelessnessPotential Goals of the Homeless System of Service:• Deliver services to people experiencing homelessness• Ameliorate the circumstances of homelessness• End homelessness Four Components of the System 2002, 5 percent of the U.S. non-institutionalized population accounted for 49 percent of the medical expenditures (Conwell & Cohen, 2005).

For a more detailed discussion of this issue, see National Taxpayer Advocate 2008 Annual Report to Congress 419-422 (Legislative Recommendation: Modify Internal Revenue Code Section 6707A to Ameliorate Unconscionable Impact).


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