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1(of wind, fever) disminución feminine(of pain) alivio masculine(of anger) aplacamiento masculine(of noise, pollution) disminución feminine(of noise, pollution) reducción feminine(termination) supresión feminine
- A single case of noise-induced hearing loss might be the trigger for intensified noise abatement.
- But victims complain that it takes a long time to obtain a noise abatement notice requiring their neighbours to turn down the volume.
- The pub was served with the noise abatement order after a resident of a neighbouring housing development complained to the council.
- Colchester Council slapped a noise abatement notice on the site.
- A noise abatement order issued in November last year failed to stop the music.
- He was informed by the seller that it required as much as $400,000 worth of asbestos abatement.
- Things heated up as the TA started negotiating rent abatement for tenants who were without gas for months on end.
- That path, that we have tended to follow in the past as in the present, has led us no closer to an abatement of the widespread savagery of criminals.
- This is not to over-simplify the crime wave that's sweeping through the country with no apparent abatement.
- The fact that there is no abatement also differentiates the student allowance from all other government support.
- Council leader Smith has promised an abatement of problems in the Purfleet area caused by hundreds of heavy lorries.
- Since January 2002 this trend has continued and shows no signs of abatement.
- It is expected to be anchored there for a number of days to await the abatement of unusual southerly headwinds.
- I have been very idle lately; both from the overpowering idea of our dead poets and from abatement of my love of fame.
- My advice would be to hold out for a rent abatement of some sort.
- Despite the obstacles early weed abatement programs faced, weed control efforts proliferated.
- Lead abatement has been subject to stringent laws for many years throughout the country.
- Monday's ruling from the state tax commission has extended the tax abatement until 2010.
- MSgt Samson's discovery set in motion the permanent abatement of this hazard.
- He said the federal government targets only about $150 million a year for lead abatement.