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deepening

(dēp′ĕn-ĭng) [″]
In hypnotherapy, achieving a more relaxed or receptive state of mind.
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The Charleston deepening project has secured $246 million so far from federal coffers, including the $138 million from the president's budget, which awaits Congressional approval, and $108 million of previously allocated money from the Army Corps of Engineers' work plans.
Since political institutions are not strengthened by accident, democratic deepening also relies on the skills, intelligence, charisma and commitment of political leaders in improving the quality of their democracies.
The concept of deepening insolvency was thereafter embraced by creditors, bankruptcy trustees and courts alike as a specific basis for director/officer or corporate professional liability.
1 (Table 1--basalt) despite of equivalent technology and identical physical conditions of thermic deepening, slim cylindrical space was not deepened.
"As far as the companies from which we already import are concerned, we are deepening our relationship, hopefully using our brand and deepening their market share in the US," he said.
The well deepening ensured that there was 7-10 feet of water, which would usually last him nearly six months.
Third Court of Appeals seeking to overturn lower court rulings that would allow the Army Corps of Engineers to move forward with deepening of the Delaware River, despite what New Jersey alleges is a lack of updated studies on the environmental effects of disposal of dredged spoil.
The meeting focused on deepening the "time-tested and deep-rooted relations" that Pakistan enjoys with Turkey.
Related is the widening to 218 meters and deepening to 16.76 meters of a 1.6km of the Gatun Lake section of the northern access channel, which will connect the Gaillard Cut with the Third Set of Locks Project.
Thus it will be a worthwhile exercise to determine if financial deepening gives rise to inflation as claimed using Nigeria as a test case.
Phase 2 of the Inner Harbour deepening project is to remove harder limestone material from the seabed.
Fadel told Reuters the authority was considering a further deepening of the canal to 72 feet, without providing details.