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better known   (よく知られています)

This form of parasitism is better known as myiasis.

Thiols are better known than selenols or tellurols.

Wag (company) Wag Labs (better known as simply Wag!)

much better   (ずっといい)

The play is dreadful, and Avice is not much better.

Those I knew were much better assassins than soldiers.

executed the storyline "much better" than the film did.

better understanding   (より良い理解)

This, in turn, leads him to a better understanding of humanity.

See figure for better understanding.

better understand   (よりよく理解する)

Knowing that, in turn, helps us better understand how all galaxies evolve."

McCorkle wanted to better understand management of terminal cancer patients.

Psychologists have attempted to better understand these factors by using models.

better suited   (より適しています)

These pens are better suited for left handed persons.

She decided that a "subtle nuance" of the illness better suited Marta.

E763–E772 were better suited to the longer routes of the Western section.

even better   (さらに良い)

"Fear of Flying" (2000) fared even better at No.

In 1898 the Duquesnes decided to build an even better team.

We are working hard to get even better."

no better

Byron's Cheshire army was in no better case.

magazine, this album did no better and Jive dropped them.

similarly added a pod on the top wing with no better luck.

better off

But "better off" should be measured by more than finance.

His parents realised that Simon was better off learning the piano.

He writes a letter: "Dear Helen, you will be better off without me.

better life   (より良い生活)

Maise is looking to find a better life in singing.

They drive away towards a better life away from Sin City.

They were mainly newly married who were seeking a better life.

far better

He was far better in counsel than in fluent or ornate speech."

He performed far better, going 2-3 with a 3.64 ERA in ten starts.

But it's still a far better movie than we had a right to expect."

provide better   (より良く提供する)

This was to provide better conditions for a robust and sustainable command.

The engine was moved forward in the chassis to provide better space inside the cab.

order to better   (より良くするために)

The idea was to share reporting among the four stations in order to better cover the state.

They have a number of songs which are in English, in order to better reach an international audience.

It promotes dialogue and respect, as well as sensitization in order to better understand homosexuals.

better quality

a better car, bigger house, better quality of life, etc.)

It marks a shift to large scale and better quality production.

Diocletian restored the three-metal coinage and issued better quality pieces.

better performance   (よりよい性能)

Engagement is related to better performance.

The image quality is asymmetric with better performance on the right side.

Both enable developers to get better performance out of PlayStation hardware.

get better

They get better nutrition and can afford better health care.

He's helped this team get better every day", said Thibodeau.

There’s every reason to believe that this series can get better."

slightly better

In 1995 he performed slightly better.

Besides North, the plexes in Mumbai should fare slightly better."

The resulting queenless middlegame scores slightly better for White.

became better

This was before she became better known as Faye Wong.

They became better known in Japan than either Europe or the United States.

Convection remained minimal until September 3, when the system became better organized.

better part

The better part of the 2017-18 season he missed due to injury.

Nevertheless, Peter outworked him for the better part of nine rounds.

Cryptic Fate spent the better part of two years writing and recording "Danob".

fared better   (うまくやった)

In this regard Monteverdi fared better than most.

His work on private commission fared better.

"Thomas Tracy", meanwhile, fared better.

better able   (より良い)

Dogs are better able to tolerate aspirin than cats are.

Maximian fled to Massilia (Marseille), a town better able to withstand a long siege than Arles.

So adult spiders are better able to defend themselves and may die before parasitism is complete.

better chance

A nest made in a colder climate with less precipitation has a better chance of survival.

In April 2009, Castle stated "there's probably a better chance I'll run for the Senate than the House.

Larger males with larger nests have better chance of successful mating than smaller males with smaller nests.

better place   (より良い場所)

The world would be a better place without you".

Ernie and his family devoted their lives to making this world a better place.

He has also not harmed the forest but saved it and made it a better place to live in.

better results

Testing a larger range of ages may show better results.

Team had better results when he was playing.

It is often administered with ketoconazole for better results.

better access   (より良いアクセス)

90 percent of users responded that they would use TEEAL more if they had better access.

The Brasília metro is not comprehensive so buses may provide better access to the center.

Many programs have been developed to help individual physicians gain better access to evidence.

little better   (少し良く)

He held that the rest of the town was little better.

The crowd was a little better that day, but not by much.

The crowd was a little better on Saturday, but not much.

performed better

However it performed better in Hong Kong and Japan.

The film performed better on television than on video.

Internationally, the single performed better.

better serve

to better serve the needs of the northeastern states.

These higher speeds better serve the longer distances involved.

It was expanded in 2008 and was added to better serve customers.

better reflect   (よりよく反映する)

The BBC said the new set would allow for HD filming and better reflect the modern East End of London.

Each governing body made changes to better reflect the state of competition among their members corps.

This change came about in an attempt to better reflect what the volunteers can offer to their communities.

better way

She decided a horror film would be a better way to present the story.

I couldn't think of a better way to bring this 17-year run to an end.

A few minor Christian sects advocate celibacy as a better way of life.

better future   (より良い未来)

As for the promises of a better future: The results are in.

Iran.’ with works on the development of a better future for Iran.

These people dream about the COP, awaiting a better future" (page 314).

better job

We've got to do a better job around him."

Finding this sad, Phos decides to find Cinnabar a better job.

By May 1844 the new model which did a better job of fully separating the grain was working.

perform better

UBIFS tends to perform better than JFFS2 for large NAND FLASH devices.

I prefer for there to be pressure, I am more focused and I perform better."

Many of replacement player that were signed proved to perform better than the originals.

significantly better

Performance on real networks is significantly better.

Almost none have performed significantly better than a placebo in clinical trials.

While all 20 NSAIDs were found to reduce more pain than the placebo, 15 were found to be significantly better.

become better   (上手になります)

They become better critical thinkers.

By the mid-1930s Leicester Square had become better known for cinemas.

Teachers need to go back to school periodically to become better educators.

better control   (より良い制御)

He later develops better control of his hunger.

So, Dhanush better control his own and choose stories carefully.

They found better control, less hypoglycaemia and 95% acceptance.

better fit

Some researchers consider this a better fit to observations.

This implied that a period of 160.01 minutes produced a better fit to the data.

The graphics are renewed, while the story is changed to better fit into the main canon.

get a better

Plus, one can get a better perspective from the edge".

Peled moved forward to get a better view.

Meier slipped while attempting to climb up a rock to get a better view and fell over 100 feet.

better equipped

According to Herodotus, the Greeks were better equipped.

The better equipped Hi-Deluxe version also appeared in December 1969.

This was also when the "Bravo" name was added to better equipped van models.

better use

10° ATDC), which makes better use of the high cylinder pressures at this point in the cycle.

He began recruiting other Harbingers and creating programs to teach them how to better use their powers.

This facilitates an organism's body that is exposed to the AAS to make better use of the nutrients already consumed.

make better   (より良くする)

Everything to make better knives cheaper.

In being able to detect reliability, one can make better decisions and employ trust in the right people.

States have tried to use state schools to increase state power, especially to make better soldiers and workers.

better position

However, Morazán had a better position and smashed the federal army.

In 2019, the college announced several changes to better position students for success.

Bach looked for a better position and found it as at the court of Leopold, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen.

better when   (より良いとき)

Neill believed that children learn better when they are not compelled to attend lessons.

They changed for the better when Trudeau and President Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) found a better rapport.

Eriksen of Stargate said it was an A&R person who suggested that the song would work better when sung by a woman.

better understood

The richness and cultural diversity of rug weaving were gradually better understood.

Johnston makes easier to understand social parallels that can be better understood by the layman.

Covalent bonds are better understood by valence bond (VB) theory or molecular orbital (MO) theory.

feel better

I honestly feel better mentally than I ever have in my life."

Or,maybe I’m just telling myself that to make myself feel better.

As he claimed during the interrogation, he murdered to feel better.

better education

Gurruwiwi moved to Bendigo at 18 months of age in order to have a better education.

The parents generally have a better education and try to impress this upon their child on a daily basis.

In this competitive approach, people want their own students to get a better education than other students.

did better

It did better in Canada, reaching number four.

The follower, "Just Feels Right" (2005), did better, peaking at No.

It did better on the Hot Rap Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts respectively.

getting better

[...] there is no hope of his ever getting better."

then 3-3 the game is only getting better .

He just keeps getting better."

better conditions

This was to provide better conditions for a robust and sustainable command.

It was initiated by waste collectors seeking higher wages and better conditions.

provide a better   (より良く提供する)

DHCA is used to provide a better visual field during surgery due to the cessation of blood flow.

Together these two patterns provide a better view of the competition's intrinsic country pair biases.

Many important archaeological discoveries have been made that can provide a better understanding of that era.

became better known

This was before she became better known as Faye Wong.

They became better known in Japan than either Europe or the United States.

From the 1970s on, Muharrem Ertaş became better known as the "father of Neşet Ertaş", who reached fame.

work better   (より良く働く)

Plan some behavior that is likely to work better.

I feel as though I can work better."

The experiment seemed to work better on a wooden table than a marble table top.

better and more

It just kinda gets better and more relevant with every passing year."

Most of them argued that Supermax featured better and more mature shows.

Rather it describes God-given understanding of existing revelation in a better and more accurate way.

better organized

Convection remained minimal until September 3, when the system became better organized.

The convection fluctuated in intensity, eventually becoming better organized on March 9.

Dry air continued to hinder convection, although Isaac gradually became better organized.

better treatment   (より良い治療)

Its players really are worthy of better treatment."

Jean-Luc Mélenchon is very much in favour of better treatment of animals.

This publicity resulted in better treatment of U.S. POWs from fall 1969 on.

better health   (より良い健康)

They get better nutrition and can afford better health care.

The key priority of the Foundation is better health for Ukraine’s children.

She is interested in how improved understanding of animal diseases can lead to better health in humans.

better world

He vowed to work for a better world.

Lea feels that she wants to do more than them in order to create a better world.

freedom is a gift and love and respect for each other makes for a better world !!

got the better

Omneya Abdel Kawy got the better of her again in the quarters.

But soon enough, Man's warlike nature got the better of Humanity, again.

He fights Batgirl until she got the better of him using a foam and smoke pellet.

better working

Swartz was known as a gifted speaker and a champion of better working conditions for women.

However, she often advocated for better working conditions for black nurses in South Africa.

The embassy moved in order to have a larger and better working environment, but also for security purposes.

better opportunities

Over the years, several thousands Hondurans have immigrated to Spain seeking better opportunities.

As any growing city Dar es Salaam is the city in Tanzania to which villagers flock for better opportunities.

Since independence, many Spanish migrants immigrated to Costa Rica seeking better opportunities in the nation.

better than most   (ほとんどより良い)

In this regard Monteverdi fared better than most.

He states that the series is "better than most sci-fi films out there".

What’s more, they can sneak around better than most anyone on this list."

better served

Larger and better served airports are within a short distance of Lancaster.

Velasio de Paolis decided that they would be better served by their own internal government.

However, Robertson displayed a physicality that coaches felt would be better served at linebacker.

better protection   (より良い保護)

The 75mm turrets could be lowered for better protection.

As result of better protection conditions in the park the population of animals has increased.

The study called for better protection of ports such as New York Harbor, and Davids' Island became part of its system of defenses.

better support   (より良いサポート)

The knee and ankle joints became increasingly robust to better support increased weight.

In the process, IBM made modifications to the TSS/370 hypervisor to better support Unix.

Because of the size of the head, the neck is relatively short to provide better support.

not better

Different from the Nazis, but not better."

In this game, a six is not better than a one, or vice versa.

Acupuncture is not better than mainstream treatment in the long term.

level or better

The goal is for 100% of students to be on grade level or better in reading and mathematics, by the Spring of 2014.

The goal was for 100% of students to be on grade level or better in reading and mathematics, by the Spring of 2014.

better view

Peled moved forward to get a better view.

The south summit has flashes of quartz in the uppermost rock and by far the better view.

Meier slipped while attempting to climb up a rock to get a better view and fell over 100 feet.

better or worse

For better or worse, we'll all ride them out together to the end."

For better or worse, The Archers were always out of step with mainstream British cinema.

On other models, an "optimal" design can be either better or worse than a non-optimal design.

better in reading

The goal is for 100% of students to be on grade level or better in reading and mathematics, by the Spring of 2014.

The goal was for 100% of students to be on grade level or better in reading and mathematics, by the Spring of 2014.

better living

His mother moved the family to the capital city, Nairobi, to seek better living conditions.

She was refitted after the war, with better living quarters, and recommissioned on 1 August 1902.

Many Germans died of tropical disease, while others left the colonies to find better living conditions.

lot better

Financially, US channels tend to fare a lot better than UK based ones.

It should have been a lot rawer; we play it a lot better live I think."

The preceding years were a lot better compared to the rest of the world.

done better

/ Has everything he does not been done better?"

Kangana's performance is also decent but she could have done better.

I don’t think I’d have done better if I’d been down there in the Gulf still.

better working conditions

Swartz was known as a gifted speaker and a champion of better working conditions for women.

However, she often advocated for better working conditions for black nurses in South Africa.

However, according to the Belsen Trial, she had received a bonus as well as better working conditions at this camp.

better prepared

The campaign began the same day, and "The Times" noted that the Liberals were better prepared.

In this way, engineering students would, theoretically, be better prepared to enter the engineering workforce.

The changes were instituted as part of a modernisation campaign to make the army better prepared for rapid mobilisation.

better record   (より良い記録)

There may not be a better record to come out of Nashville in 2018."

It’s custom written and you better record it because I think it’s a hit.'

While the dice may determine the outcome of a single game, the better player will accumulate the better record over series of many games.

make a better   (良くする)

In "Beyond Freedom and Dignity", Skinner suggests that a technology of behavior could help to make a better society.

Lynch wanted to make some alterations that would alter the story from true events, but in his view make a better plot.

After Holt expresses that he also hates the night shift, the squad decides to make a better effort in showing their support.

achieve better

This allows vehicles with radial tires to achieve better fuel economy than with bias-ply tires.

Many .22 LR barrels used in biathlon feature a choked (constricted) muzzle, presumably to achieve better performance in cold weather.

The vessels still engaged stayed longer on the whaling grounds to achieve better results and in the process were sometimes trapped by the ice.

better suit

Kitty Empire of "The Observer" observed that "it would better suit a boy band in a Caribbean time warp.

Later, GKOS has been further developed under name ComboKey to better suit the touch screens of smartphones.

It is essentially a Kawai K4r with percussion waveforms, plus faster envelopes, gate mode and amplifier to better suit percussion sounds.

better choice

On paper, Rob Johnson appeared to be a better choice.

However, pursuing a better choice for his career, he convinced Pizzolatto that he was suited for the lead.

He suggested that finding someone like Jean-Jacques Goldman and making the whole album with him would be a better choice.

better fuel

thrust and better fuel efficiency.

It was as fast as the Citation II, but had 60% better fuel economy."

Research has shown advanced drivers to be safer and have better fuel efficiency too.

something better

Serious students will just have to wait for something better."

It's worth to reject, protest and possibly get something better.

You'll find something better."

create a better

Ivens worked to create a better life for the working class of Manitoba.

"Together, we can create a better future for Cambodia’s women and children."

Lea feels that she wants to do more than them in order to create a better world.

better protect

Larger males can better protect the female and the eggs against predators.

On the other hand, baskets, being made of a more rigid material, may better protect their contents.

To better protect the aircraft by increasing the standoff distance, a glide bomb category of K/YBS500 was also developed.

better person   (より良い人)

It made me a better person and a better man.

Meanwhile, she is also trying to reform herself into a better person.

One reader, Michelle Jenkins was all for the pairing and said Maxie "makes [Peter] want to be a better person."

better pay

To fund his studies, Sum Ming works hard in Mauritius for better pay.

We were offered better pay at Dimension Pictures, so we left for Dimension.

In 1980, 700 people staged a 13-day hunger strike, demanding better pay and stricter regulation of the old system of employment.

got better

The audiences just got better and better."

Her palate got better during her visits to her relatives in London.

We've got better stuff to do."

gain a better

Published in 1902, this book helped Western Protestants gain a better understanding of Eastern Orthodoxy.

However, in the late 1860s, Yerkes decided to move to Northville so that his children could gain a better education.

The goal of glacial morphology is to gain a better understanding of glaciated landscapes, and the way they are shaped.

find a better   (より良いものを見つける)

Maise is looking to find a better life in singing.

Orders were made to Volvo and Hino in an effort to find a better vehicle.

A review on Hrej.cz commented that it would be impossible to find a better freeware clone of The Sims.

providing better

The cause of the dampness must first be eliminated, by providing better drainage or fixing leaking pipes.

It may be deemed as a part of pharmacy due to its focus on the use of technology on chemical agents in providing better medicinal treatment.

Some upgrades included re-locating the bar and the stage, as well as providing better utilization of the upstairs space by adding deck access.

better than expected   (予想以上に良い)

The solos are excellent and the music is much better than expected".

The Yemenis would soon discover that this qualification was going better than expected.

The book became an immediate bestseller, receiving notable praise and selling much better than expected.

better received

The game's presentation was better received.

The musical score was better received, being described as a solid and well-made part of the game.

This book was better received than previous biographies of Shelley, such as "The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley".

somewhat better

In February 1849, Anne seemed somewhat better.

While traffic moved somewhat better, the other problems remained.

Hungary, with its heavy agricultural base, was somewhat better fed.

better relations

We wish each other well and look forward to better relations in 2017".

President Franklin D. Roosevelt promoted a "good neighbor" policy that sought better relations with Mexico.

Up until this event, Eisenhower felt he had been making progress towards better relations with the Soviet Union.

better deal

She reveals that she told Negan of Rick's plan and was offered a "better deal" by the Saviors.

The message was that gay voters, like consumers, would get a better deal with more competition for their support.

Ray Hunt is famous for starting each clinic with the statement "I'm here for the horse, to help him get a better deal."

bigger and better

The 2014 edition of Paramarsh turned out to be bigger and better.

They were replaced in 1970 by the present bigger and better facilities.

After the fight, Simpson said "I hope I can go on to bigger and better things now.

better prepare

The classes that follow this methodology better prepare students for lessons and projects.

Ski & Snowboard adopted virtual reality technology to better prepare its olympic team for the Pyeongchang games.

Playing rules match High School and College playing rules to better prepare players for the next level of competition.

better than other   (他よりも良い)

It has 80 houses and its condition is better than other areas.

This conducts sound better than other bones, thus aiding biosonar.

Etoricoxib given at a dose of 120 mg is as effective or even better than other analgesics that are commonly used.

better educated

Eleanor was better educated than most medieval queens and exerted a strong cultural influence on the nation.

This figure is the same in the United States, where Muslims are better educated and integrated into society than in Europe."

The Committee's membership reflected the bipartisan opposition to the bill, especially among better educated and wealthier constituencies.

better represent

Indeed, he found he could better represent these effects in watercolours than in oils.

However, many become disillusioned over time, and migrate towards other groups which better represent their ideals.

Founded in 1916 as Perley A. Thomas Car Works, the company was renamed in 1972 to better represent its primary product lines.

become a better   (良くなる)

She is credited with helping her husband become a better student.

The wholesomeness of Lorelei kindles a desire in Bob to become a better man.

In her own words, she had become a better Christian through the influence of Vivekananda.

get the better

The striker used his pace to get the better of Lundekvam, only to have his shot blocked by goalkeeper Antti Niemi.

Enraged, Holmes duels Ehtar and finally manages to get the better of him when Ehtar falls into the frozen River Thames.

Ned has bet against Coppermine in this race, and the poor black stable hand is able to get the better of the rich white grandfather.