Escalating drone attacks against suspected militants in the tribal badlands only reinforce that negative view.
The witnesses served to only reinforce this anti-Palestinian viewpoint.
Now the catastrophic rollout of the health law threatens instead to reinforce those doubts.
No precautions have been taken to reinforce the ceilings, which could collapse onto the statues.
As Laingen went on to point out, the religious regime in Iran has done much to reinforce this negative image.
At that juncture came Gondomar sallying out from the western gate, with fresh troops to reinforce the defenders of the vallum.
Then there came upon him to reinforce this want a burning sense of defeat.
Frequently she paused to recollect the motives that had prescribed this task, and to reinforce her purposes.
A regiment which had left Fort Colburne was said to be on the road to reinforce them.
A body of from 200 to 250 Afghns were told off to reinforce him.
reinforce re·in·force (rē'ĭn-fôrs')
v. re·in·forced, re·in·forc·ing, re·in·forc·es
To give more force or effectiveness to something; strengthen.
To reward an individual, especially an experimental subject, with a reinforcer subsequent to a desired response or performance.
To stimulate a response by means of a reinforcer.