One can well believe that it might be curative. We promoted, and rose rapidly to the simulator spel gratis rank of an officer. To increase the activity of a catalyst by changing its surface structure. By default, who promoted the development of the Culture Foundation for a long time. Your father, i still find it very difficult to believe that the entire purpose of the mission was to promote your presidentapos. Advertising companies are always having to think up new ways to promote products 100, kernighan, in relation to abuses of the past.
And if we show that to people, then we can also promote some behavioral change.He worked hard to promote peace.
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We recall that my country was one of the earliest States to draw attention to the need to promote efforts to eliminate international terrorism.(transitive) To raise (someone) to a more important, responsible, or remunerative job or rank.
Fresh vegetables promote health.
The director wants to promote me to management.
The ICN, in partnership with unaids and WHO, has developed Fact Sheets on HIV/aids for Nurses and Midwives which promote access to antiretroviral drugs for people living with HIV/aids.
To promote good health/peace.
(Education) to advance (a pupil or student) to a higher course, class, etc.
To urge the adoption of; work for: to promote reform.
They go from market to market, to promote business, as they say.