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  • verb Present participle of augment.

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Examples

  • By some accounts, these hydrological playgrounds are quite successful in augmenting infrastructural deficiencies in several African countries, but we did wonder last year if there was a better strategy in giving African children better access to fresh water while also greatly benefiting American kids.

    Elastic

  • Those of us who are interested in augmenting the educational process with technology need to understand how the technology is being used.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • Those of us who are interested in augmenting the educational process with technology need to understand how the technology is being used.

    interview with student about e-learning

  • This principle has been paramount in augmenting my tolerance in a prison camp as well as in my taking command in life situations.

    Chirichingo, Luis G.

  • You have succeeded in augmenting the well-known periodical system with no less than six new elements.

    Glenn T. Seaborg - Banquet Speech

  • You have succeeded in augmenting the well-known periodical system with no less than six new elements.

    Edwin M. McMillan - Banquet Speech

  • Alfred Nobel, by the expression of his lofty ideals, has recognized the importance of science and creative accomplishments in augmenting human happiness.

    George R. Minot - Banquet Speech

  • He conceived the idea of augmenting his slender garrisons of Europeans with "sepoys," or carefully drilled natives, and fortified his capital, Pondicherry, as if for war.

    A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1.

  • It had been with the idea of augmenting the interests of the man whom she believed to be her future lover, that she aided and urged on her husband in his efforts to procure place and honour for his son-in - law.

    An Ambitious Man

  • Ertegun's brother, Nesuhi, who'd been running his own jazz label in Los Angeles, joined Atlantic in 1956, adding new luster to the label by augmenting its roster with heavy-duty acts like John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, and the Modern Jazz Quartet.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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