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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reinforce.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. given added strength or support
- adj. (used of soaps or cleaning agents) having a substance (an abrasive or filler) added to increase effectiveness
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These days, Powell is a junior basketball star at Grandview, a sprawling public high school of 2,600 students near Denver, and he prefers to be called Big Shane, a nickname reinforced by his 6-foot-4 beanpole frame.
During my extensive involvement with the complaints procedure, I have witnessed first hand the lies, deceit, deception, dishonesty, corruption and criminality within the police service and my opinions have been further reinforced from the comments and admissions as openly expressed here.
Her experience as Ms. Rain reinforced the need to choose parts wisely.
OK: “luckily” hitting the one side that had been reinforced is specification, but do we have the complexity to pull off a design inference?
I am glad he again reinforced that at the AARP meeting.
The police captain reinforced from his vanguard, and the mob at the rear was repelled.
But as long as MLS remains "physical," a tag reinforced by some coaches 'tendency to recruit foreign players who can match the Americans foul-for-foul, the college game is good preparation.
All that really needs to be taught and reinforced is scientific method and the FAPP value of what we learn by applying it.
The unprecedented letter, sent straight to a handful of fans from the stars, once again reinforced why this series has a very unique fans-to-filmmakers relationship.
In any case, the book once again reinforced my belief that there is not a lot of good, solid information available on sustainable packaging.
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