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escalate

(ĕs′kă-lāt) [L. scala, staircase]
1. To increase, esp. the dosage of a medication.
2. To become more angry, dangerous, or intense, as in an interpersonal crisis.
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ROK efforts to manage escalation in crises and does not address the role of China or Japan.
Ravens' Support to Advance Rollout of Life-Changing Film and Curriculum The Ravens will provide funding for the Maryland rollout of the cornerstone of One Love's efforts: Escalation, a highly innovative, research-driven film-based workshop that vividly depicts the escalating signs of relationship violence and creates a framework for students to understand how it starts, what it looks like, and where it can go.
The effects of explicit goals and specific feedback on escalation processes.
After all operating expenses have been adjusted appropriately, the resulting total expenses will likewise represent a more accurate full-building cost, which can then be applied on a per-square-foot basis or on an aggregate-cost basis for escalation purposes.
This is because the paradox of the pyramid is that by signaling inexorable escalation until justice is secured, more of the action is driven down to the deliberative base of the pyramid.
Wherever one stands on the issue of escalation and its reason, this book is a must read.
5 EULAR Good Response (%) 46 47 31 ATA Dose-Escalation (%) <1 8* 29* ATA or DMARD Dose Escalation (%) 7 16** 36** ATA Dose-Escalation in Centers without 2 11* 35* Restrictions (%) *p is less than 0.
20 (Petra) -- His Majesty King Abdullah II on Tuesday stressed the need to bring about calm in the Gaza Strip and warned that the continued escalation will further increase the already-difficult humanitarian conditions the Palestinian people is going through.
Both sides should do everything to avoid further escalation and they must respect their obligations under international humanitarian law to ensure the protection of civilians at all times," he told reporters.
Hamas claims that Israel is suffering an serious internal crisis and that the recent escalation is meant to export this crisis to Gaza.
Mane'a Al-Matary, a member of the Organizing Committee for Sana'a's Change Square, said the escalation aims to accelerate achieving the goals of the revolution.
The Egyptian government has spoken to armed groups in Gaza about putting a truce in place to prevent further escalation with Israel.