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  • verb Present participle of rehab.

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Examples

  • Could Portis eventually return to the lineup after rehabbing from a third-degree separation of his left groin?

    Is an aging Clinton Portis finished with the Redskins?

  • In order not to make this worse, I have to chill on my physical workouts but I will immediately begin rehabbing as soon as I get the Doc's OK.

    Serena Williams: I'm Likely Finished For The Year

  • In order not to make this worse, I have to chill on my physical workouts but I will immediately begin rehabbing as soon as I get the Doc's OK.

    Serena Williams: I'm Likely Finished For The Year

  • Packers general manager Ted Thompson said Monday that Green is making good progress while rehabbing from the tendon injury.

    USATODAY.com - Green to stay in Green Bay

  • The company is continuing to build its prospect inventory however the company will focus on developing or "rehabbing" fields that provide the best economics taking today's oil & gas prices into consideration and also the ability to procure the necessary leases.

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  • Kennedy or Aceves will at least give us a chance to win while Wang is "rehabbing".

    The LoHud Yankees Blog

  • That show made it seem like 'rehabbing' was 'flipping'.

    BiggerPockets Forums

  • That show made it seem like 'rehabbing' was 'flipping'.

    BiggerPockets Forums

  • My engine company was "rehabbing" at a local park, anticipating a nightlong fire watch, when a small column of smoke appeared where there shouldn't have been smoke.

    LAFD News & Information

  • My engine company was "rehabbing" at a local park, anticipating a nightlong fire watch, when a small column of smoke appeared where there shouldn't have been smoke.

    LAFD News & Information

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