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Improvement

Any changes made in a project which increases its value, such as the addition to a building or a home. An improvement may also be made by drainage, removing unsightly objects or growths; any act which serves to add utility, beauty, or otherwise increases the value of the property.

improvement

A structure or public utility or any other installation or physical change made in a property to increase its value and utility or to improve its appearance.
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Look back at your Life Skills sheet and pick one area you most want to improve this coming week and one thing you could do to show improvement.
Finaprene styrenic block copolymers improve impact strength, elongation, and flexibility of PS, polyolefins, and ABS.
In terms of effectiveness, the advanced offerings will be tailored to deliver specific measurable results such as brightness, porosity, or strength, or will improve operational issues such as speed, cull or stability, stated Smith.
It also improves service delivery by making government information and applications securely available at locations other than the main office (branches, moving vehicles, partners, and suppliers).
Improve the ratio of stories featuring visuals or graphics.
Nash is currently involved in a $2 million-a-year research project to develop ways to improve clinical guidelines and other quality tools so that documentation of value can be proven.
It can reduce citizen fear of crime, improve relations between citizens and police, and increase citizen satisfaction and cooperation with police, while at the same time prevent and reduce crime.
The center will work to improve the "Safepac" proprietary furnace control system that has been installed in 10 Elkem plants.
Also said to reduce tack and improve gloss of finished products.
To help our readers get more for less, we asked the wet end experts to weigh in on how effective chemical use can help them reduce costs, improve efficiency, and meet environmental targets.