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  • verb Present participle of enable.

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  • adjective providing legal power or sanction

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Bill Pittman of Alcoholics Anonymous, coauthor of the 1989 AA: The Way It Began, says that its use of “the word enabling first appeared in Al-Anon literature in the early 60s.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Bill Pittman of Alcoholics Anonymous, coauthor of the 1989 AA: The Way It Began, says that its use of “the word enabling first appeared in Al-Anon literature in the early 60s.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Bill Pittman of Alcoholics Anonymous, coauthor of the 1989 AA: The Way It Began, says that its use of “the word enabling first appeared in Al-Anon literature in the early 60s.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Bill Pittman of Alcoholics Anonymous, coauthor of the 1989 AA: The Way It Began, says that its use of “the word enabling first appeared in Al-Anon literature in the early 60s.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • What you see here are the weeks since we started deploying what we call the enabling force which went before the actual peace accord was signed.

    Berger And Estes Briefing On President Bosnia Visit

  • He seemed to verbally underline the word "enabling," to emphasize the U.S. support role.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • "Ultimately we'd like to build a plant like that but ... if the economics don't work out we're also looking at what I call enabling technologies."

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • The role of positive interactions in enabling cooperation

    Archive: Oct 08 - Mar 09

  • The role of positive interactions in enabling cooperation

    Archive: Oct 08 - Mar 09

  • The role of positive interactions in enabling cooperation

    Archive: Oct 08 - Mar 09

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