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deepening

(dēp′ĕn-ĭng) [″]
In hypnotherapy, achieving a more relaxed or receptive state of mind.
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Tyagi said it is encouraging to see firms tapping the corporate bond market and the regulator was taking several steps to deepen the activity in that segment.
But complex ecological changes in the last 20 years have deepened Lake 239's temperature boundary by several meters, squeezing the habitat of the cold-requiring animals and threatening their survival, Schindler says.
He hoped related parties will deepen judicial cooperation to more effectively combat crime, resolve dispute, create a sound legal environment to facilitate the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative and promote regional development.
Summary: Naypyidaw [Myanmar], May 09 (ANI): China's State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi met Minister of Home Affairs of Myanmar Kyaw Swe on Tuesday in order to deepen law-enforcement cooperation between both the countries.
China is willing to take the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries as an opportunity to enhance high-level exchanges, engage in close communication about a wide range of topics of common interest, deepen complementary cooperation, and lift bilateral ties and cooperation to a new level, Li said.
The company said it will start the dredging in the fourth quarter to deepen the Port of Miami channel to minus 50 ft.
Defending his role at a congressional hearing into the financial crisis, Greenspan said that that his policy of keeping interest rates low had not helped deepen the financial crisis.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Friday said that Pakistan values its relations with Sri Lanka which were characterized by cordiality and friendship and desired to further deepen and broaden these ties through regular contacts and exchange of visits.
GLDD added that it expects an award of a further USD27.3m in 2013 for work on the project, which is the last phase of a comprehensive plan to deepen the ports, by the Army Corps of Engineers.