Reinforce


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Reinforce

To strengthen or make more effective by adding extra support.
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Modernizing our audit standards, and coupling the audit of the historical financial statement with a broad array of assurance services, will enable us to deliver on our promise to reinforce the value of our assurance services.
Parents are always the most important teachers and character education in schools reinforces the values that parents work so hard to instill at home.
Also, social workers should be present in schools to help reinforce the behavioral changes that we target through the behavioral interventions.
But as the nursing staff is expected to reinforce the efforts of other disciplines, it follows that other disciplines must now reinforce the work of the nursing department in attaining patient goals.
Remaining is the question of whether to reinforce the roughly 235 similar signs across the state, with gussets, Miles said.