Reinforce


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Reinforce

To strengthen or make more effective by adding extra support.
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The PVDF webs were dried at 80[degrees]C for 12 h before being used to reinforce the Si[O.sub.2] aerogels.
To carry out this difficult process effectively requires an astute manager, one who reinforces confidence in others rather than one who is intent upon proving to others how competent and confident they are.
The necessity of separating women from their husbands' legal identities inadvertently created legal status for women, which resulted in a renewed effort on the part of the patriarchy to reinforce dictates regarding women's identity.
This second plant will reinforce global logistics and product competitiveness by shortening time-to-market for Toshiba's PCs, and also reinforce Toshiba's position in the Chinese market for portable PCs.
This month, I will cover our plans to reinforce the value of our assurance services to all stakeholders.