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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of redeem.

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Examples

  • They are all reaching for relevance for their dear GOP, and they’ve decided that Saxby’s win redeems it.

    The Recession On The Way, Hey, But On Another Note | ATTACKERMAN

  • Sometimes, it "redeems" a whole family, or a whole town -- whether they like it or not.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • He brings back the alienated estate into the family -- that is to say, he "redeems" it in the legal sense of the word.

    The Hidden Power And Other Papers upon Mental Science

  • The discipline of the mind, induced by composition, is something, and it is surprising what may be done by a person who carefully "redeems" all his time.

    Memoirs of 30 Years with the Indian Tribes on the American Frontiers

  • The discipline of the mind, induced by composition, is something, and it is surprising what may be done by a person who carefully "redeems" all his time.

    Personal Memoirs of a Residence of Thirty Years with the Indian Tribes on the American Frontiers

  • A senior lien will continue to encumber the property after foreclosure of a junior lien, but a junior lien will cease to encumber the property after foreclosure of a senior lien unless the junior lienholder "redeems" the property by paying the amount of the high bid at the foreclosure sale plus the amount of any lien senior to it that also redeemed.

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  • A senior lien will continue to encumber the property after foreclosure of a junior lien, but a junior lien will cease to encumber the property after foreclosure of a senior lien unless the junior lienholder "redeems" the property by paying the amount of the high bid at the foreclosure sale plus the amount of any lien senior to it that also redeemed.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • A senior lien will continue to encumber the property after foreclosure of a junior lien, but a junior lien will cease to encumber the property after foreclosure of a senior lien unless the junior lienholder "redeems" the property by paying the amount of the high bid at the foreclosure sale plus the amount of any lien senior to it that also redeemed.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • College football: Ithaca's defense 'redeems' itself against Cortland WGRZ-TV, Buffalo

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  • College football: Surprising factors lead Ithaca past Cortland, into playoffs College football: Ithaca's defense 'redeems' itself against Cortland College football: Surprising factors lead Ithaca past Cortland, into playoffs WGRZ-TV, Buffalo

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