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  • s  tending to ameliorate

  • The opposition Labor Party has been battling for some ameliorative measures, such as more job subsidies, a quick cut in interest rates, and the use of North Sea oil revenues to .
  • This approach, known as the Connally Doctrine, after former Treasury Secretary John Connally, is being replaced by the ameliorative tactics of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger .
  • The romantic, ameliorative, democratic temper could abide neither the aristocratic pride of the tragic hero nor his implacable doom.

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