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(rē′ĭn-fôrs′)
tr.v. rein·forced, rein·forcing, rein·forces
Psychology
a. To reward (an experimental subject, for example) with a reinforcer subsequent to a desired response or performance.
b. To encourage (a response) by means of a reinforcer.

re′in·force′a·ble adj.
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Our membership will enable us to re-enforce our connections with accountancy firms across the Midlands and beyond while joining with like-minded firms of solicitors across the country.
We are now considering further steps to further re-enforce our collective defence and those further steps might include updated defence plans, new defence plans, enhanced exercises and also appropriate deployments," he said.
Ashton said the event is a historic and welcome moment for the Filipino people and it will re-enforce the willingness of all parties to take the necessary steps to implement the agreement.
Now languages are being taught in Nurseries, after-school clubs and Primary schools, there is certainly a need for small children to have access to attractive books to re-enforce their learning.
There is a need to re-enforce UAE Animal Welfare Law 16 and have campaigns to raise awareness," she said.
The agreement will also re-enforce Hikma's commitment to compliance with laws and regulations.
Comments like those made by Mr Anderson only serve to re-enforce the still widely held perception of Liverpool as a city full of scroungers, whose only income is the dole.
Christopher Borkowski, managing director of SJI, the developers for the scheme, said: "I am very pleased the council is responding positively to the development of the arts and leisure to expand and re-enforce the attraction of the town centre.
He will be responsible for the country operations and creating destinations that will attract people from the GCC and other parts of the world that will, on a larger scale, increase investment in the country and re-enforce Oman's position as a tourist destination.
By explaining these othering processes as they reflect and re-enforce one another, the contributions aim to contribute to interventions in the reproduction of social domination.
As well as police action, many pubs have taken it upon themselves to re-enforce the message.
This will re-enforce our strength in the face of foreign interference and to deal with those incidents that cause discord, distance, disagreement and differences in society.