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It was in the overcrowded and unsanitary slums of the rapidly expanding cities in of Europe and North America that the first social workers sought to meliorate the problems of poverty and deprivation either through direct casework intervention or the neighborhood-focused activities of the Settlement Houses.
The ethical debate surrounding the imagining of Holocaust atrocities demands that novels maintain a fine balance between articulating an individual's history without seeming to meliorate the factual extremity of the dead masses.
While we can, indeed must, meliorate the conditions of suffering of the sick and dying, we cannot appropriate God's right as author of life to determine when it will end.
It cannot comprehend or meliorate the mystery of evil.
To ignore these things is to disregard the most important resources in helping a person recover, adapt to stressful situations, confront environmental challenges, improve the quality of life, or simply adjust to or meliorate the effects of a devastating, chronic condition.
WHAT, IF ANYTHING, can be done to meliorate these depressing?
The integration of this value into policies can meliorate a common grievance: that one can work hard for an organization, be devoted to it, but still be forgotten when leadership or policy changes.
India s Rajasthan state has began to distribute so-called 'Bhamashah' smartcards to women which are designed to meliorate financial inclusion and tackle poverty.
05 million to meliorate the living conditions and livelihoods of 200,000 IDPs from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) and the IDP hosting communities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
Thos new credit facility would also aid to meliorate the existing water utilities.
An interchange will be built adjacent to New North Road to meliorate the rail network%s efficiency.