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- v. Third person singular simple present of to mend.
- n. Plural form of mend.
- n. Obsolete form of amends.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See amends.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Amends; requital; remedy.
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Still, the return of their mends was a welcome break for the four younger Linyaari, who showed them the artifact.
NEXT: A young driver's close call mends her texting-and-driving ways.
It was Holtby's first loss in three games since being recalled from Hershey as Neuvirth mends from a lower body injury suffered in a 3-2 overtime loss to Philadelphia on Jan. 18.
Feltman discounted Iranian influence on Syria, saying that unless Damascus mends relations with Washington, it has no chance of winning the return of the Golan Heights, which was seized by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War.
Hopes she mends well and feels better soon. affect her job?
What, however, gives Bond's play a tiny shred of hope is the extraordinary final scene in which Len, who for much of the action has been Pam's punchbag, meticulously mends a chair.
These nevertheless embellished only certain of the mends — for example a missing or shattered portion of the foot or rim — and stand in shimmering contrast with the unctuous celadon or other luminous or earthy glazes with which the vessel was originally fired.
As Patrick slowly and painfully mends, he's facing pressures from all sides that threaten to wound both his professional reputation and his family pride.
There are ways to add slack and upstream mends during a cast but best to learn the basics first.
Whether one calls it grace or faith or luck, there is something that keeps us moving forward through all kinds of adversity, something that mends broken hearts, strengthens tired spirits, gives us the courage to pick ourselves up and go on.