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1. (of a colour) having a high degree of saturation or purity; being less saturated than a vivid colour but more so than a moderate colour; produced by a concentrated quantity of colouring agent
2. (of a wind, current, etc.) moving fast
3. (of a syllable) accented or stressed
4. (of certain acids and bases) producing high concentrations of hydrogen or hydroxide ions in aqueous solution
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Stronger health partnerships for stronger health systems (shpshs), by the uk department for international development (dfid).
"I spoke to him yesterday after he had his operation and I said to him you'll be back stronger you've got the mental toughness.
Laura Devine, Stronger Communities manager, said there was a brilliant atmosphere at the event.
Dubai: With the US dollar at its strongest levels since November 2017, analysts are voicing concerns about the economic impact of a stronger currency, saying it creates headwinds for the UAE's economy.
The video was published on the Britain Stronger in Europe website and Facebook page in the final days before the vote in 2016, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
"I think we have to come back stronger, stronger in the league, stronger in the FA Cup, stronger in the League Cup, stronger in the Champions League," said the England wing-back.
"I think we have to come back stronger -- stronger in the league, stronger in the FA Cup, stronger in the League Cup, stronger in the Champions League," said Young.
"So we got stronger and stronger today by the players really nullifying and frustrating Huddersfield -- and then out-playing them in possession really, finishing the better chances and coming away with a 2-0 victory."
'Of course, ang wish ko naman for the Senate to become more stronger, and of course, marami tayong dapat gawin para maresolba pa 'yung mga problema natin dito,' Gatchalian said when asked for his birthday wish during a Senate forum on Thursday.
The improved picture reflects a stronger global outlook, recent stronger employment growth, and a stronger contribution from infrastructure investment with positive spillovers to private investment and the rest of the economy, more than offsetting the declining contribution from dwelling investment.
Abdulhamid Saeed, Group Chief Executive Officer of FAB, said: "Whilst we prepare to launch the next phase of our brand roll-out and continue to visually bring our new brand identity to life, we view this as a very exciting time which represents the transformational new chapter that is unfolding for the bank and for our stakeholders, as we grow stronger, together."
"I've dreamt about this fight and the fear of losing makes you stronger. When you go through a loss you come back stronger.