- v. Simple past tense and past participle of renew.
- adj. restored to a new condition
“Tortolero said not having his term renewed was a "major disappointment," and he called the decision "political.”
“Peter Tinsley, chair of the Military Police Complaints Commission, did not have his term renewed last fall after ordering public interest hearings into the handling of Afghan prisoners.”
“The beneficiary of the environmental bond held by Banco de la Produccion S.A. Produbanco has been changed from the Ministry of Non Renewable Resources to the Ministry of Environment, and the term renewed for one year.”
“(Conducting them on land, by the way, is now "kosher.") "I think this is the beginning of what I call a renewed priestly ministry, a more inclusive priesthood, a more inclusive theology," Rue notes.”
“Now this president and those who meet with him every day are to be appointed by the supreme council and out of the number of syndics, not indeed for life, but for six months, and they must not have their term renewed but after the lapse of three or four years.”
“The Israeli diplomat also suggested that its policy on Jerusalem should not be a sticking point in renewed efforts by the U.S. to broker a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.”
“As when asked previously about the U.S. view of Pakistani cooperation, Gibbs cited what he called the renewed effort that Pakistan has made in recent years to address the extremist threat - one that affects Pakistan and the United States.”
“Mohammed Abdullahi Omar welcomed what he described as the renewed U.S. interest after a top official in the Obama administration said Washington wants to strengthen ties with both Somaliland and Puntland, located in the Horn of Africa.”
“Both said they hope to see an eventual Iranian return to negotiations over that country's nuclear program, but that recent Iranian expressions of interest in renewed dialogue have not been followed by any message to that effect to the E.U.”
“Agriculture products, branded consumer goods, automobiles, technology and industrial goods are also in renewed demand.”
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