The cargo includes cement, reinforcement bars, and prefabricated wooden houses.
He did so while specifically tying his decision to the reinforcement of civilian control.
reinforcement came from a band of philosophic thinkers of whom Wordsworth and Coleridge were the pioneers.
This reinforcement was set in place and wrapped with No. 24 ½-in.
The bourgeois looked in stupefaction at this reinforcement that was about to join the attacking party.
The reinforcement was erected inside the forms for both columns and girders.
The kloof was strewn with bodies of khakies, who were sent up as reinforcement and pitilessly shot down by the burghers.
Johnson corrugated bars, old style, are used for reinforcement.
The only good effect of the reinforcement was to arrest for a while the pursuit of the cavalry, and thus to save many lives.
But this also is an illustrative companion or reinforcement of the Génie.
reinforcement re·in·force·ment (rē'ĭn-fôrs'mənt)
The act or process of reinforcing.
Something that reinforces.
The occurrence or experimental introduction of an unconditioned stimulus along with a conditioned stimulus.
The strengthening of a conditioned response by such means.
An event, a circumstance, or a condition that increases the likelihood that a given response will recur in a situation like that in which the reinforcing condition originally occurred.