giving courage or confidence or hope
"encouraging advances in medical research"
furnishing support and encouragement
"the anxious child needs supporting and accepting treatment from the teacher"
giving courage, confidence or hope
supporting by giving encouragement
auspicious, or bringing good luck
furnishing ground to hope; inspiriting; favoring
Verb from of the word encourage.
Its encouraging to see the level of unity and community with all citizens.Submitted by MaryC on July 31, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'encouraging' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4353
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Rank popularity for the word 'encouraging' in Written Corpus Frequency: #4368
Rank popularity for the word 'encouraging' in Adjectives Frequency: #574
The numerical value of encouraging in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of encouraging in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
And frankly, talking about that or encouraging that can really undermine a critical public health need, which is that people come back for their second vaccine.
There is still more work to be done, both in terms of testing the technology in larger lab-based studies and working with affected countries to assess the feasibility of such an intervention. it will still be at least 5-10 years before we consider testing any mosquitoes with gene drive in the wild, but now we have some encouraging proof that we’re on the right path.
The findings are impressive and do highlight the importance of time outside on such a scale, that said, while the findings are encouraging, what we don't get from the study is a sense of why we see the results that we do ? While the authors speculate as to the reasons, there is a crucial need to engage directly with young people to understand the results from the perspective of those who were taking part.
This trial clearly demonstrates that disulfiram is not toxic and is safe to use, and could quite possibly be the game changer we need, the dosage of disulfiram we used provided more of a tickle than a kick to the virus, but this could be enough. Even though the drug was only given for three days, we saw a clear increase in (the) virus in (the) plasma, which was very encouraging.
It’s encouraging to see the professionalism and cooperation between state and local officials and the two federal agencies investigating this tragedy, i’m grateful to [Branson, Mo.] Mayor [Karen] Best, the Red Cross, and the brave men and women of the Missouri Highway Patrol — particularly the divers, who had the worst job of all today. My deepest condolences continue to go out to those families torn apartby this tragedy.
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