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enrichment

noun adornment, advancement, aggrandizement, appreciation, beautification, betterment, cultivation, decoration, development, embellishment, endowment, enhancement, furtherance, improvement, refinement, reward
Associated concepts: unjust enrichment, unlawful enrichment
See also: advance, development, endowment, increase, progress, reform

enrichment

a gain, or sometimes the prevention of expense, which is the focus of some parts of the law of restitution. In civilian systems unjustified enrichments may often be reversed.
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Customers following FDA methods can choose from Buffered Listeria Enrichment BrothPLUS or Listeria Enrichment BrothPLUS, both of which are designed for the selective enrichment of food and environmental samples for Listeria spp.
They are all part of the after-school enrichment experience program started 13 years ago by two working moms who wanted more than just baby-sitting after-school care for their own kindergartners.
To avoid referral to the UN Security Council for possible sanctions, Iran agreed to suspend actual enrichment at its Natanz uranium enrichment plant in 2003.
Values of isotopic enrichment were calculated, and first-order and zero-order rate constants were calculated, for each test.
All of these approaches require an enrichment of atypical epithelial cells through selective processing to concentrate the assay target of interest.
Furthermore, the N-15 enrichment recorded for Florianus is among the largest recorded for an extraterrestrial object.
The SureSelect Target Enrichment Kits are now optimized and validated for all three major next-gen sequencing platforms," said Fred P.
The Cell Enrichment from Expressed Prostate Secretions ("EPS") application captures, enriches and isolates targeted cells contained in prostate secretions obtained through digital rectal examination (DRE) or digital rectal massage (DRM).
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif once again reiterated Tehran's inalienable right to use the nuclear technology for civilian purposes, and said Tehran will not give up even an iota of its uranium enrichment activities.
For twenty years Iran concealed the scope of its nuclear program, which included development of uranium enrichment technology that can be used for reactor fuel or bombs.
Contract notice: Apply artificial enrichment injector wells in enrichment-recovery.
TEHRAN: Iran will start work on a new uranium enrichment nuclear plant, a senior official said on Monday, part of a big expansion of its nuclear program which has contributed to fears in the West it aims to build a bomb.