a. зміцнюючий, тонізуючий
For therapy, it is also useful to additionally prescribe general restoratives and immunostimulants.
In addition, in many countries restorative justice had a long tradition of dealing with community-based conflict resolution.
. (DA) The principle of 'restorative justice' is good and effective and should clearly be promoted.
and deep sleep, the best restorative sleep, is that dark green.
Diversity of the biofeedbacks allows involving both Central Nervous System and local regenerative abilities into restorative function.
Discussions in restorative processes should be confidential and should not be disclosed subsequently, except with the agreement of the parties.
Fund programmes to fulfil those plans, to enable restorative services both during incarceration and after release.
Given this context, the concept of restorative justice has been gaining legitimacy as a middle ground between retributive justice and a blanket pardon.
Haply some poison yet doth hang on them, to make die with a restorative.
Heart-healthy dinner is a very important part of restorative seafood.
a device for treating injury or disease: prosthetic device, corrective, pick-me-up, face pack, pickup, device, prosthesis, pack
promoting recuperation: healthful, recuperative
tending to impart new life and vigor to: invigorating, revitalizing, renewing, revitalising, reviving
a medicine that strengthens and invigorates: tonic, medication, pick-me-up, medicinal drug, medicine, medicament, bracer