But how exacerbating anarchy in Libya and highlighting the power of the gun over politics serves U.S. interests remains unclear.
exacerbating this is the fact that many doctors caring for women at Planned Parenthood often run private practices as well.
Question them, and you are colluding in exacerbating the awful effects of their trauma.
Unfortunately, however, the campaign against it may be exacerbating the very problem it hopes to prevent.
exacerbating the situation was the fact that Syria was in the midst of a six-year drought that began in 2006.
The influence of menstruation in exacerbating acne has been called in question, but it seems to be well established.
Indeed his manner had always been most irritating and exacerbating to Arrelsford.
It had come to her, an intolerably pathetic messenger and accuser, out of the exacerbating frowsiness of the Cedars.
He lives with Lady Holland, and amuses himself by exacerbating her fears of illness and death.
Her trouble, though of a kind proverbially the most hardening and exacerbating, had an entirely contrary tendency on her.