An expert in education talks about race relations, the political environment and what can be done to improve things.
Can it, as the yogis propose, purge our toxins and improve our sex lives?
NBC loved the show creatively and really pushed us to improve.
Only after his first debate did the president take this advice seriously and worked quickly to improve this dimension.
Consumer spending is up, and 40 percent of Americans say the economy will improve over the next year.
Examine them often and, if the least wear shows, improve the alignment.
His house was mean, and he did not improve it; his care was of his grounds.
But a mans memory does not improve in the course of a century of Earth years.
Tile draining will improve the bed under almost any circumstances.
As Petrarch grew old, we do not find him improve in consistency.
late 15c., "to use to one's profit, to increase (income)," from Anglo-French emprouwer "to turn to profit" (late 13c.), from Old French en-, causative prefix, + prou "profit," from Latin prode "advantageous" (see proud). Spelling with -v- was rare before 17c. Meaning "to raise to a better quality or condition" first recorded 1610s. Phrase improve the occasion retains the etymological sense. Meaning "to turn land to profit" (by clearing it, erecting buildings, etc.) was in Anglo-French (13c.) and was retained in the American colonies.