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- v. Present participle of habilitate.
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Prison as an establishment should be for keeping the public safe and re-habilitating offenders.
There exist in American life many great habilitating organizations.
A century may be all too short for the gigantic task of habilitating a
"The regional budget money will be spent on habilitating the young victims in camps and sanatoriums on the Baltic coast," the statement said.
Electric ministry staff performed works of re-habilitating number of generating units which participated in supplying electric system within additional ...
Adhelm, bishop of Sherbourne, was not able to gain the attention of the citizens otherwise than by habilitating himself as a minstrel and taking his stand upon the bridge in the central part of the town and there singing the ballads he had composed. "