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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of refuel.

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Examples

  • You can literally watch them moving away, and then coming back for a hug or a sit on the lap, no sooner than to turn back to the outside world after they have 'refueled' on comfort.

    Donna Fish: Staying Connected to Your Tween

  • Thanks to you, I've been sort of "refueled" in that I have some fresh ideas now, some resources from new books and learning tools, and I'm ready to dive back in with the team.

    OK, For Now

  • Any fuel-cell is really just a battery that can be 'refueled', i.e. recharged via a different method.

    The Speculist: Hydrogen Car Update

  • The Truman campaign train was then "refueled" with $400,000 from grateful Zionists ($3.6 million in 2010 dollars).

    iToot Stream

  • Soon after Truman recognized Israel, his presidential campaign train was "refueled" by Zionist Jews with $400,000 in contributions ($3.6 million in 2010 dollars).

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • Soon after Truman recognized Israel, his presidential campaign train was "refueled" by Zionist Jews with $400,000 in contributions ($3.6 million in

    palestinefreevoice

  • Oil companies on occasions last year put the airline on a cash-and-carry mode, which meant it had to pay every time it refueled planes, instead of getting the usual credit period of 90 days.

    Fuel Supplies to Air India Halted

  • Witnesses later confirmed that the pilot had not used anti-ice additive the two times he refueled the plane the day of the accident.

    NTSB faults pilot in 2009 Montana plane crash

  • Feeling high, Caitlin and I were refueled from more than just the Shot Bloks, GU Energy Gels and Gatorade we'd been eating all day.

    Emily Faherty: The 26.2 Recap: Countdown to the New York City Marathon

  • "The award refueled our mission and purpose, and is enabling us to provide important literacy information to more families in a new and exciting way," said Jasmine Africawala, Program Coordinator of the Every Child Ready to Read.

    Kristi York Wooten: Can Buying a Book Help Kids and the Environment?

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