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- n. an improvement
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of increasing, or state of being increased; augmentation; aggravation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of enhancing, or the state of being enhanced; increase in degree or extent; augmentation; aggravation: as, the enhancement of value, price, enjoyment, pleasure, beauty, evil, grief, punishment, crime, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an improvement that makes something more agreeable
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I use the term enhancement instead of enlargement for breasts because the suggestions should include body image visualizations and firming and strengthening in the muscles to support the breasts as well as a shapely form.
That torturous historical sequence of social group deprivation, and enhancement, is ours, uniquely!
However, there are two lesser felony charges, F2 and F3, which – depending on whether the habitual offender enhancement is included – could range from 10 years to 96 years.
She adds a little grated orange zest and the flavor enhancement is sublime!
"I think this enhancement is long overdue," she said.
Debate around brain enhancement drugs - Boing Boing
The second enhancement is for Xen in high availability solutions.
Are you seriously contending that every last gun-related sentencing enhancement is unconstitutional?
Well, that's all well and good but the issue some are raising is that this should be an opt-in enhancement not an opt-out one. cindy
Scientists and edge thinkers are talking about – and working on -- slowing or ending aging; body and brain enhancement; biological control of the genome and the evolutionary process; and the possibility of a technological singularity brought on by AI … to name just a few of the interests and obsessions of this new edge tech culture. h+ magazine is all over it.