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deepening

(dēp′ĕn-ĭng) [″]
In hypnotherapy, achieving a more relaxed or receptive state of mind.
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But democratic deepening was not as successful under him.
Under the laws of certain jurisdictions, an insolvent corporation's incurring additional debt would be evidence of deepening insolvency, and could be deemed to have increased the corporation's likelihood of Mure.
Generally, however, as in Jao (1976), Fry (1978) and Ogun (1986), financial deepening is usually measured either by the degree of financial intermediation (measured in turn by total financial assets created in the economy, but in very restricted sense, by M2/Y) or by the growth rate of per capita real money balances (GPRMB).
The first phase of the deepening created some temporary cloudiness in nearby waters, which is unavoidable with dredging.
4) The duty imposed by the deepening insolvency doctrine is different.
As courts continue to expand theories for holding auditors liable to clients and third parties--particularly in connection with business failures the concept of deepening insolvency is gaining prominence.
Port of Portland officials say they're already living with the "no deepening scenario," which has cost the port the business of Evergreen, a top container shipper.
Earlier evidence suggested that this deepening would diminish the nutrient supply to these microbes by pushing the cold equatorial undercurrent downward and farther from the plankton.
Can you be intentional about building in or deepening those opportunities?
Prior information notice without call for competition: Press conference: Deepening 13 m kokkola fairway
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 17, 2013-Great Lakes wins Miami deepening project contract worth USD122m(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.