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Definition of Ameliorate

Ameliorate
Ameliorate A*mel"io*rate, v. i. To grow better; to meliorate; as, wine ameliorates by age.

Meaning of Ameliorate from wikipedia

- Amelioration may refer to: Amelioration patterns, a software design pattern Amelioration Act 1798, a statute enacted in the Leeward Islands regarding the...
- provide a possible alternative to English Wikipedia for effectively ameliorating substantial editor attrition rates on the English-language Wikipedia...
- believed Hamilton was part of the scheme, in spite of Hamilton's efforts to ameliorate, and Washington again found himself in the middle of a feud. Jefferson...
- government to p**** political and social reforms for the purposes of ameliorating the instabilities and inequities of capitalism. Socialist economics starts...
- did not end the Great Depression, but halted the economic collapse and ameliorated the worst of the crises. More influential among economists has been the...
- domestication of plants and animals linked to early Holocene climate amelioration" (PDF). Current Science. 87 (1): 59. JSTOR 24107979. Baber, Zaheer (1996)...
- August 1864, the conference adopted the first Geneva Convention "for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded in Armies in the Field". Representatives...
- exploitation and alienation. Accordingly, social democratic programs intended to ameliorate living conditions in capitalism—such as unemployment benefits and taxation...
- Alternative pleading – ALWD Citation Manual – Ambiguity – Ambulance chasing – Amelioration Act 1798 – Amended complaint – Amended pleading – American Academy of...
- The Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armies in the Field, consisting of 39 articles in French, was adopted...
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