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deepening

(dēp′ĕn-ĭng) [″]
In hypnotherapy, achieving a more relaxed or receptive state of mind.
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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.
To accommodate the deepening and widening project, the pipeline companies had been asked to relocate or lower more than 100 pipelines in place under the Houston Ship Channel at their sole expense.
3 to hold talks with Japanese leaders on deepening bilateral relations, the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
At a reception given to the Italian delegation Tuesday evening, Paek said the visit by Dini would be "an important occasion of further deepening the bonds of friendship between the people of the DPRK and Italy and expanding and developing the bilateral relations in various fields such as politics, economy and culture," according to KCNA.
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?
But even more interesting is the deepening integration within regions driven by investment and corporate restructuring.
The contract includes the deepening of the outer harbor from Fort Pulaski to 18.