Sources: Law Dictionary; Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; 英汉医学大词典
It is suffering from a four year old siege, the destruction from Israel's war and now a continued siege, with no sign of any real abatement.
The project, which targets industrial pollution, sells emission reductions to the Bank and others, with a portion of the revenues going to the government’s new pollution abatement program.
The year -old Egypt Pollution Abatement Project II leveraged a US$ 20 million World Bank loan to attract another US$ 145 million in financing.
He could not make any offers, for that might be pleaded in abatement of what damages a jury might be inclined to give.
Forests and plants remove carbon from the atmosphere, potentially accounting for more than 40% of carbon abatement opportunities between now and 2020.
The EU has said the system has thrived on easy but environmentally dubious projects such as industrial gas abatement and that rules should be tightened.
The problem has persisted for about three or four weeks now, with no sign of abatement.
For perhaps they have heard some talk, Such an one is a great rich man, and another except to it, Yea, but he hath a great charge of children; as if it were an abatement to his riches.
But they are no longer insisting that carbon abatement is none of their affair.
However, both the statutory language and judicial interpretations of it impose significant constraints upon the abatement efforts which the Agency can demand of industry.