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Reinforce

To strengthen or make more effective by adding extra support.
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The positive signs and statistical significance associated with the YPERPOV and YUERATE variables in the POOLINSL model reenforce this further.
Public assurances that the "faith will be kept" for multiple generations--even in the face of stiff opposition--require that conditions persist which reenforce initial motivations and consequent agreements.
Some people have warned of the need to emphasize and reenforce in the "New World Order" the rights of nonintervention and the free self-determination of peoples, rights codified in the United Nations Charter and in international law.
Eventually this familiarity starts to reenforce itself.
We will reenforce regulations for permit holders and make sure they display a certificate on their craft, and we will be strongly enforcing that this year.
The tuition we supply augments the education supplied by CWT Chamber Training and they reenforce what we do so together it works very well.
Commenting on the company's continuing success in the snack industry, Redpack's Steve Crow said: "The recent orders reenforce the general belief that the snacks market still offers significant year on year retail sales growth and that crisp manufacturers are moving towards fully automated production lines.
The whole community has been working together to see these improvements take place and the award in Cardiff came at just the right time to reenforce our spirit of optimism.
We have to train our people to be more proficient at their job, and we must take time to reenforce what already has been taught.
As the employees view the tape in the future, they may reenforce their own importance to the organization.
The social structure and tenets of core beliefs and ritual reenforce each other.
The upshot is an American public thoroughly disgusted by the politicization of personal sexuality and disposed to reenforce the separation of private morality from public competence.