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- adj. That serves to facilitate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity.
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- adj. inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity
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Government will continue to play a facilitatory role to address the interests of all stakeholders.
However, there are all sorts of things you can do to prevent that from happening, and I'm interested in the preventive things as well as the facilitatory things.
Government should play a facilitatory role only by providing the initial subsidy.
The state's role in housing was a facilitatory one and communities had to assist.
George, Herandien said the state's role in housing was a facilitatory one and communities had to assist.
We have been impressed by the success of these initiatives in broadening access for workers to the economy, and believe that government must support the extension of such programmes through a facilitatory framework.
Van Niekerk said the government would merely play a facilitatory role and ensure the scheme was viable and sustainable without state subsidies.
The said legislation will be facilitatory in nature, rather than regulatory as it used to be in the past.
Mr. Jeevarathinam credited the Labour Department's facilitatory role in registering willing students when they were receiving their certificates.
A Canada Revenue Agency GST/HST Notice 250 in February 2010 caused some confusion when it suggested the government intended to apply GST to "facilitatory services," defined in the notice as "preparatory to an actual or intended financial service."