able to improve

See: corrigible
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Pierre wished to say that he was ready to sacrifice his money, his serfs, or himself, only one ought to know the state of affairs in order to be able to improve it, but he was unable to speak.
The company said that the Dutch company was using ILOG optimisation technology as a key component of its custom Rolling Stock Allocation Application (ROSA) and has been able to improve its operating efficiency by as much as 6%, which translates to an annual costs saving in excess of EUR20m.
We achieved adequate surface strength and were able to improve paper surface properties.
No Ontario hospital in 2001/2002 was able to improve those wait times significantly, and 19 hospitals' scores for wait times in emergency rooms dropped.
The Array TM was able to improve the delivery time of our web pages significantly," said Jane G.
As a result, the firm has been able to improve operational efficiency.
Now we will be able to improve our services in these areas.
If we can develop better ways of reducing stroke after surgery, we may be able to improve outcomes.
And with the help of the new generation of performance additives, chemists are able to improve the physical properties of their end-products.
Scott, LLC were able to improve the value of the property through a substantial rehabilitation program using interim financing.

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