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amplify

[′am·plə‚fī]
(engineering acoustics)
To strengthen a signal by increasing its amplitude or by raising its level.
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Amplify our ability to hold people in power and institutions accountable.
Amplify said that it is partnering with local banks to launch mTransfers to allow customers to transfer funds and perform other banking services via WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and other social messaging platforms.
Operating predominantly at the two arenas, Amplify delivers a first-class service and exquisite dining experiences for a range of world-class events.
Amplify will convert from its current core provider to DNA from Fiserv.
Amplify has approximately USD 870 million in assets and more than 56,000 members in the greater Austin area, served by eight branches.
Amplify ETFs are sponsored by Amplify Investments, a registered investment advisor.
Filene Research Institute President/CEO Mark Meyer spoke on innovation at the NWCUA's Amplify conference Oct.
Throughout their journey, 22 bands in total were selected to perform at the Guinness Amplify Live Stages across Ireland and shown the tenacity and creative bravery to develop their careers and further their craft.
com)-- Amplify Federal Credit Union of Austin, Texas, is now using job candidate assessment tools and the CheckPoint 360 leadership training and development system from Rise Performance Group.
1 : to make louder or greater <You can amplify your voice by using a megaphone.
Osaka-Shi, Japan) has patented a primer which, when used in PCR under appropriate conditions, serves to detectably amplify 16S rRNA-encoding DNAs of bacteria of the Escherichia, Salmonella and Vibrio genera, but when used in PCR under the same conditions, does not serve to detectably amplify either chloroplast 16S rRNA-encoding DNAs or mitochondrial 16S rRNA-encoding DNAs.
In trials reported in the May 2005 Journal of Clinical Ontology, Dewhirst's team showed that heat treatment could amplify radiation's effects.