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enrich (someone or something) with (something)

To boost or enhance someone or something with something. I always try to enrich my daughters with the life lessons that I've learned over 50 years. Dad has decided to enrich his mind with a cooking class.
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enrich someone or something with something

to improve or enhance someone or something with something. You might want to enrich this soup with a little milk or cream. The teacher enriched her students with field trips and films.
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"Because once you have produced 3.5% or 5% enriched uranium--Iran now has quite a big stock of seven metric tons of that material--actually you have done something like 60% of the effort you need to do in order to produce weapons-grade uranium."
Currently, Iran appears to have produced more than 100 kilograms of uranium enriched to a level of about 20 percent purity.
Iran is unlikely to deploy enough gas centrifuges to make enriched uranium for commercial nuclear power reactors (Iran's stated nuclear goal) for a long time, if ever, particularly if (UN) sanctions remain in force."
Summary: President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad boasted Iran was now a nuclear nation as he announced on Thursday the production of its first highly enriched uranium on the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic
We know that it takes about 50 kilograms (110 pounds) of 90 percent enriched uranium to build a gun-type weapon equivalent to the Hiroshima bomb.
Enrich is used by more than 300 employers and financial institutions nationwide to provide comprehensive financial wellness education and action plans to employees and customers.
The winner will also take home an Enrich Platinum Card which comes with exclusive privileges only for the esteemed jetsetter.
Enrich and Inatech provide solutions for US-based computer technology company Oracle.
The report shows that Iran is continuing to enrich but at the same pace it has been enriching since February 2012.
Analysts said the single cascade of machines Iran was using for the higher-level enrichment was inefficient because it left over a large quantity of low-enriched uranium alongside the highly enriched material.
From the West's point of view, that destroys much of the incentive for the agreement a" and Iran's decision to continue its program to enrich to near 20 percent poses an even greater hurdle than the increase in its low-enriched stockpile.
"We have the capability to enrich uranium to any percentage we wish, but we asked the [International Atomic Energy] Agency to ask other countries that could supply the 20-percent [enriched uranium] because we did not want to go beyond five percent.
nuclear watchdog its plans to enrich uranium to a higher level, but insisted it will stop the process if a U.N.-backed nuclear deal is
Tate & Lyle has launched Tate & Lyle Enrich, a new service that enables food and beverage manufacturers to create products that are packed with additional nutrients, but taste as good as regular brands.
Boston, MA, October 13, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The International Business Innovation Association (InBIA) and European Business and Innovation Centre Network (EBN) are pleased to announce yesterday's official opening of the East Coast Centre in Boston, MA of ENRICH in the USA.