Thesaurus / strengthening


In his new role, Alex will be leading the charge on Digiday’s Future of Work vertical and working with the rest of the sales team to build and strengthen our existing focus on how work and the workplace are changing.
While we believe that platforms need to continue to strengthen their vetting procedures for advertisers and ads, it is clear that this is not a problem advertising platforms can solve by themselves, as they themselves acknowledge.
Being who I am in Cuba has not helped me much in terms of being able to be recognized for my work, but being who I am has helped me to strengthen myself and to understand that I do not need the approval of any institution to continue creating.
Hydrogen’s lightness also allows those guiding ripples to vibrate faster, further strengthening the glue that binds the Cooper pairs.
The WFP both provides direct assistance and works to strengthen individual countries’ capacity to meet their people’s basic needs.
The Montgomery County Council unanimously voted to enact legislation Tuesday that strengthens legal protections for the LGBTQ community.
Today, Facebook said, "We believe these efforts need to be strengthened when addressing QAnon," and the company strengthened the ban so that it applies regardless of whether the pages and groups discuss violence.
The diagnosis strengthened me in so many ways and has dramatically changed my perspective on life.
If we can make these individual connections, we can strengthen our communities and nation.
So, in answering the urgent call for racial equity by making D&I work core to the way they do business, majority men in positions of power can also strengthen their own career engagement and progress.


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