Definition of facilitation
Recent Examples of facilitation from the Web
A Cook County judge in 2015 had found the companies should have calculated a then-3.5 percent hotel tax not just on what hotels collected for the rooms, but also the online reservation firm's facilitation and service fees.
Elcan pleaded guilty on June 14, 2014, to a felony charge of attempting to possess over 70 pounds of marijuana and facilitation of money laundering.
The SEC’s three missions—of investor protection; fair, orderly and efficient markets; and the facilitation of capital formation—are often seen to be at odds with one another or insufficiently understood.
During her year-long fellowship, McGill, who is one of six honorees, will work with ASC as the policy leadership fellow, focusing on ASC’s mobility management facilitation program.
Engage Cuba’s stated goals are ending continuing limits on travel and trade and facilitation relationships between U.S. businesses and Cuba.
Campers can also sign up for apprenticeships that will guarantee them jobs in Brooklyn, Portland, OR, and Topanga Canyon after graduation, including ceramics, herbalism, bread crew, and meeting facilitation.
Morality identifies the principles of proper interpersonal behavior and is persuasive only when they are determined rationally, from the facilitation of human life on Earth.
VIDEO: Bob Iger and Jack Dorsey on Content in the Digital World at the V.F. New Establishment Summit A number of reporters, myself included, have castigated Twitter for the company’s facilitation of the ascendance of Donald Trump.
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First Known Use of facilitation
Medical Definition of facilitation
1: the lowering of the threshold for reflex conduction along a particular neural pathway especially from repeated use of that pathway
2: the increasing of the ease or intensity of a response by repeated stimulation
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