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Enhancement

An innovation that has a positive impact on one or more of a firm's existing products.

Enhancement

Any change that leads to an increase in the value of any good, service, or product. Two obvious examples of enhancement are a decrease in supply and an increase in demand.

enhancement

An increase; a betterment.
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While many coaches agree that competition enhances teambuilding, coaches are almost evenly split on whether or not teamwork is difficult for their students.
In the process of investigating the effect of arsenic on blood vessels, we observed that arsenic could enhance agonist-induced contraction in an aortic ring organ bath system, suggesting that arsenic could disrupt contractile function in vascular smooth muscles as well.
Beneficial essential oils are those with the potential to enhance our emotional sensitivity and intuitive awareness, while at the same time augmenting our inner strength: select neroli and rose.
This association strives to enhance the effectiveness of state boards of long term care administrators in meeting their regulatory duties and responsibilities to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public.
* AR video, audio, and sensing devices used to visualize blood patterns, blood stains, and other sensor-detectable forensic data could enhance crime scene investigations.
While these techniques enhance a nontraditional student's learning experience, educators may find that they can enhance learning for traditional students as well.
They found that the combination of intraperitoneal and intranasal immunization with SIV VLPs were able to enhance mucosal IgA production as well as CTL responses (as measured by interferon- [gamma] levels).
From the findings of this study, one can conclude that an organized camping experience that is focused on enhancing self-constructs does enhance the self.
This, say Crews and his coauthors, is an example in which a trait--in this case, pseudosexual behavior--has not outlived its apparent usefulness, and remains because it still enhances the all-important process of reproduction.
The learner must be supported so as to enhance opportunities towards self-regulatory activities and these self-regulatory opportunities offer the learner a sense of control and subsequent success.
The ANPRM addresses specific types of expenditures for which capitalization is expected to be required, and specifically provides that "[t]he IRS and Treasury Department anticipate that other expenditures to acquire, create, or enhance intangible assets or benefits generally will not be subject to capitalization under section 263(a)." In addition, to reduce administrative and compliance costs, the notice provides safe harbors and simplifying assumptions, including a "12-month rule."
4) OSD also enhances the head/disk interface's immunity to contamination and allows for continuous focus of the objective lens .

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