‹ Facile Facilitated ›
Meanings and phrases
- make easier; ease; alleviate
- increase the likelihood of (a response)
- be of use; help
- It extends to around 12 verses in order to facilitate its use in processions.
- A noise-canceling microphone is included in order to facilitate video conferencing.
- Formally, the ministry continued to exist until 1991 in order to facilitate transition.
- PEARUSA's structure is designed to facilitate church planting.
- Each residence hall is designed to facilitate the Freshman Experience in a slightly different way.
- Bra–ket notation was designed to facilitate the formal manipulation of linear-algebraic expressions.
- Handles on consumer packages add convenience and help facilitate use and pouring.
- There also exist a number of software tools that assist in and help facilitate the process of early case assessment.
- This office works with parishes and diocesan groups to help facilitate education in the faith for people of the diocese.
- Several specific methods can be used to facilitate thermal drain.
- The clubhouse and harbor of the Hellerup Sejlklub was used to facilitate the event.
- Temazepam and midazolam are the most common benzodiazepines used to facilitate date rape.
- Ramps facilitate access for students and visitors.
- In addition, it purports to facilitate access to bodily intelligence.
- To facilitate access of indigent patients of the PGH to free medicines, Mu put up a 'Charity Medical Bag' in 1956.
- Brooks gave Sarah's mother a mobile phone to facilitate communication.
- DSR was to be used by field teams and robots to facilitate communication in difficult field conditions.
- For example, there are components like inotify or D-Bus to facilitate communication between computer programs.