potentialization


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potentiation

 [po-ten″she-a´shun]
enhancement of one agent by another so that the combined effect is greater than the sum of the effects of each one alone.

potentialization

/po·ten·tial·iza·tion/ (po-ten″shal-ĭ-za´shun) potentiation (1).
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Memory focuses here not on what the kitchen was, but on what it allowed to grow, and this potentialization appears in terms of movement.
In this way, manpower could be organized for the construction of public works, and business and distribution were stimulated and controlled on the basis of a regional symbiosis, and, possibly, the potentialization and control of irrigation systems, together with the agricultural calendar.
Consolidated defensive positions and essential pre-planned withdrawal facilities are to be provided in order to facilitate maximum potentialization for the repulsion and or delay of incursive combatants in each of several pre-identified categories of location deemed suitable to the emplacement and/or debarkation of hostile military contingents.