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bolster work

A form of rusticated masonry; courses of masonry which are curved or bow outward like the sides of a cushion, 1.
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Summary: Yemen risks providing a permanent new haven for Al-Qaeda without urgent help to rebuild its deteriorating economy, quell internal revolts and bolster work to tackle terrorism, foreign ministers warned at a global meeting.AaTalks in London involving about 20 nations offered backing for plans to bolster Yemen's fragile government as it wrestles with a deepening threat from global terrorism.
Minister Sayegh also vowed to bolster work within Social Affairs Ministry to achieve equitable development and help anchor the youth to Lebanese soil.
Ministers are set to announce the cash will bolster work of support groups helping the victims.
To help bolster work in the field, Rice recruited two well-known figures in the industry and paid them above the going rate.
China Is Using Insurers to Bolster Work Force and Consumer Confidence.
In their free discussion, the mission heads learned about outstanding cases regarding the improvement in work efficiency, which all the overseas missions were seeking to achieve; and robustly discussed ways to reorganize the personnel management system; to align the network among the overseas missions; to improve the efficiency in the operations of the overseas missions; and to bolster work management.
Nelson requested the increased funding to bolster work on launch and processing infrastructure needed for NASAs initiative to explore deep space.