mitigant

  • 1Mitigant — Mit i*gant, a. [L. mitigans, p. pr. of mitigare. See {Mitigate}.] Tending to mitigate; mitigating; lenitive. Johnson. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2Mitigant — (v. lat.), mildernd, lindernd. Mitigantia, mildernde Umstände. Mitigation, Milderung. Mitigatio poenae, Strafmilderung …

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  • 3Mitigant — Mitigant, lat. dtsch., mildernd; mitigantia, mildernde Umstände; Mitigation, Milderung …

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  • 4mitigant — (adj.) 1540s, from L. mitigantem, prp. of mitigare (see MITIGATE (Cf. mitigate)). As a noun from 1865 …

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  • 5mitigant — gənt noun ( s) Etymology: obsolete mitigant, adjective, mitigative, from Latin mitigant , mitigans, present participle of mitigare to mitigate : something mitigating …

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  • 6mitigant — noun Something that mitigates; a lenitive. See Also: mitigation …

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  • 7mitigant — mit·i·gant …

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  • 8Vermiculite — Infobox mineral name = Vermiculite category = boxwidth = boxbgcolor = caption = formula = (MgFe,Al)3(Al,Si)4O10(OH)2·4H2O color = Bronze Yellow habit = Clay, scaly, aggregate system = Monoclinic twinning = cleavage = Perfect fracture = Uneven… …

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  • 9Equity swap — An equity swap is a swap where a set of future cash flows are exchanged between two counterparties. The two cash flows are usually referred to as legs . One of these cash flow streams can be pegged to floating rate of interest or pay a fixed rate …

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  • 10Mitigation of peak oil — The standard Hubbert curve, plotting crude oil production of an oil well or oil field over time …

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  • 11mitigate — verb /ˈmɪt.ɪ.ɡeɪt/ To reduce, lessen, or decrease. Measures are pursuing to prevent or mitigate the usual consequences of such outrages, and with the hope of their succeeding at least to avert general hostility. Syn: check, diminish, ease …

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  • 12ORRF Risk Research Forum — The ORRF Risk Research Forum a forum on risk research organised by the ORRF, a recognised internationally as a leading risk research foundation. It was established, in April 1999, as an independent think tank, with tacit support from the… …

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  • 13CICURATORES — qui belluas cicures reddunt, domitores ferarum dicuntur Seriecae, de quibus is sic, Ep. 85. Certe sunt domitores ferarum, qui saevissima animalia et ad occursum exterrentia hominem docent pati iugum, nec asperitatem excussisse contenti, usque in… …

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  • 14MANSUETARII — apud Ael. Lampridium, in Heliogab. c. 21. Habuit et Leones, et Leopardos exarmatos in delitiis: quos edoctos per Mansuetarios subito ad secundam et tertiam mensamiubebat accumbere, etc. Graecis ἡμεροποιοὶ, sunt Magistri et Custodes, qui… …

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  • 15balm — n. 1. Ointment, fragrant or precious ointment, unguent. 2. Healing, soothing, mitigant, assuager, anodyne, cure …

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  • 16mitigating — adj extenuating, justifying, vindicating, tempering, modifying, lenitive, qualifying, vindicatory, mitigant FORMAL palliative, assuasive …

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