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  • noun Plural form of enhancement.

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Examples

  • In addition, both near and long-term enhancements to the operation of these facilities are being explored.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: May 2010 Archives

  • The Congressional Budget Office recently took into account the costs of in-state tuition for DREAM Act-eligible students and other expenses, and balanced the costs against the long-term enhancements in tax revenue that would come from having the young people be better educated.

    Immigration measure passes House; faces stiff headwind in Senate

  • In addition, both near and long-term enhancements to the operation of these facilities are being explored.

    NASA Watch: Workforce: May 2010 Archives

  • The agreement involves 20 separate areas of cooperation and focuses on "joint research and procedures" for near-term enhancements, said David Grizzle, the FAA's acting deputy administrator, at a U.S.

    U.S., EU Near Air-Traffic Management Deal

  • We better invent brain enhancements quickly if we are to get anybody with that kind of expertise.

    December 2006

  • We better invent brain enhancements quickly if we are to get anybody with that kind of expertise.

    Science Fiction and Economics

  • After years of preliminary talks with Honeywell by both companies, the latest moves are the simplest way to get short-term enhancements in an area that carriers, pilots, U.S. lawmakers and aviation-safety officials consider the top-priority safety issue facing the global airline industry.

    New Technology Helps Pilots

  • “A lot of times, given the choice to make long-term enhancements to the product that would make it more flexible, stable, and maintainable, we would instead be instructed to add a specific feature in the hope that it could be used to land a specific account,” says an engineer close to Dynamicsoft.

    Why did Cisco buy DynamicSoft?

  • “Highlights are not faux; they are called enhancements—”

    TWINS

  • “Highlights are not faux; they are called enhancements—”

    TWINS

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