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- Amelioration may refer to: Amelioration patterns, a software design pattern Amelioration Act 1798, a statute in the Leeward Islands regarding the treatment...
- In software engineering, an amelioration pattern is an anti-pattern formed when an existing software design pattern was edited (i.e. rearranged, added...
- of meaning: rise of quantity Narrowing of meaning: loss of quantity Amelioration of meaning: rise of quality Pejoration of meaning: loss of quality However...
- The First Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded in Armies in the Field, held on 22 August 1864, is the first of four treaties...
- The Amelioration Act 1798 (sometimes referred to as the Melioration Act or the Slavery Amelioration Act) was a statute p****ed by the Leeward Islands to...
- Editor and a largely under-utilized "Thank" tab which were developed to ameliorate issues of editor attrition, which have met with limited success. The estimates...
- August 1864, the conference adopted the first Geneva Convention "for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded in Armies in the Field". Representatives...
- the mortgage by the life tenant or the lessee of a leasehold estate. Ameliorative waste is an improvement to an estate that changes its character even...
- error, making it difficult to diagnose the failure. Such issues are ameliorated in languages with automatic garbage collection. The C programming language...
- though recent advances in air-independent propulsion have somewhat ameliorated this disadvantage. The high cost of nuclear technology means that relatively...