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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenhanceden‧hanced /ɪnˈhɑːnst $ -ˈhænst/ ●○○ AWL adjective written  improved or better enhanced access to information
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enhancedThe result is that the concentration of neurotransmitters in a synapse increases and the normal actions of the neurotransmitter is enhanced.In both cases tacit knowledge and experience is accepted as valid and enhanced and developed.For those who wanted peace of mind or enhanced consciousness there were several off-the-peg forms of Eastern mysticism.The increased capitation was seen as enabling schools to offer their pupils an enhanced curriculum.The cognitive model proposes a direct causal link: participation brings about enhanced information on goals, and so performance is improved.
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