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mitigate the effects/impact of sth There isn”t much more we can do to mitigate the negative effects of rising oil prices.
situations that are not an excuse for a crime, but that a court of law may consider to be important enough to reduce the blame or punishment of the accused person:
The judge said that there were no mitigating circumstances that would result in a lesser punishment.
As such, ethnicity as ideology provides a psychological formula which mitigates the uncertainties of state- society relations.
Older women”s more limited access to retirement funds is, however, mitigated among those whose spouses were government workers, because typically they share the benefits.
Consequently, does society have a moral obligation to mitigate the differences in health for which we are personally responsible?
However, distributional effects caused by a change in relative price could mitigate the potential increase in the wage earned by low-skill workers.
Moreover, measuring the extent of a person”s desert of punishment requires addressing difficult epistemological questions about excusing and mitigating circumstances.
How can this therapist-client epistemological incompatibility – apparently a clear-cut prescription for therapeutic failure – be traversed or at least mitigated?
There has always been a divide between secure middle-class families and poorer working families and the government”s policies are plainly intended to mitigate that divide.
An orientation to the appropriateness of utilizing epistemic phrases in engaging in “amicable” disagreements by delaying and mitigating a dispreferred is demonstrated several lines down.
For the defender, the actual costs of fighting are mitigated by the payoff he receives from continuing possession.
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