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- n. one who, or that which, rebuilds
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who rebuilds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who reconstructs or builds again.
Then you will be known as a rebuilder of walls and a restorer of homes.
Though this season is a "rebuilder", I am excited to see what the Orioles do with their young prospects.
The Torres sale transformed Dalglish from watchman to instant rebuilder as the team and staff returned to the club's deep well of memory.
Fine, then don't worry and have some comfort in the rebuilder Barack Obama. kim
A violin maker, legendary string instrument rebuilder, WWII paratrooper, and son of the founder of Interlochen Center for the Arts, I met Richard when we were both serving on the alumni board of the organization his father had founded.
At pound nine, which was about day ten, the motor rebuilder told us the Beast was ready; it was time for us to go.
This season wasn ' t supposed to be a panicky rebuilder.
Pitt's interview with Ann Curry aired on Thursday's 'Today' show, and New Orleans 'most prominent Katrina rebuilder thanks to his Make ...
It consists the principal constituent chlorophyll which is useful as a natural body cleanser, rebuilder and neutralizer of toxins.
A violin maker, legendary string instrument rebuilder, WWII paratrooper, and son of the founder of Interlochen ...
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