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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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to develop and test technology improvements to reduce costs, improve manufacturability and enhance long-term reliability of US uranium enrichment technology to meet the future needs of the nation.
The IAEA will present its experience in developing, testing and deploying the on-line enrichment monitors to enhance safeguards effectiveness.
Head of the AEOI Ali Akbar Salehi strongly rejected western media reports claiming that Tehran has raised a proposal to the West to close its Fordo underground uranium enrichment facility near the Central city of Qom for lifting sanctions against the country.
The official noted that in the final round there would not be new sanctions and all sanctions will be lifted, and enrichment will continue but with restrictions on Iran's energy needs.
Enrichment should continue in practice and be respected in written.
The new products include PointMan KRAS codons 12/13/61 DNA Enrichment Kit, PointMan EGFR DNA Enrichment Kit, including the sensitising mutations in exons 19 and 21, as well as PointMan NRAS DNA Enrichment Kit and PointMan JAK2 DNA Enrichment Kit.
Both, conflict and enrichment have bidirectional sense, which means that work can positively or negatively affect to family and vice versa (Frone, 2003; Grzywacz and Marks, 2000).
Asferi said even the acceptance of a temporary suspension of 20- percent enrichment will depend on the termination of sanctions against Iran.
Tehran considers the proposal a victory because it acknowledges its right to enrichment in principle, a right that will be not relinquished at a later date.
The programme is part of an enrichment drive initiated by the Animal Collection Department of Al Ain Zoo in 2010.
This brief highlights key information about enrichment activities, which represent one of the main components of the Massachusetts Expanded Learning Time (ELT) initiative.