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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Be that as it will, I made what my dear Yankees -- to use the Major's impertinent phrase -- call "straight tracks" for that ancient and obsolete town, rejuvenized now by its Signor.
Harry Potter was rejuvenized with fresh eyes, I feel Twilight will fare the same.
Major’s impertinent phrase — call “straight tracks” for that ancient and obsolete town, rejuvenized now by its Signor.
"What do you mean, -- you, who are a perfect little saint in your life, -- what do you mean by thrusting all these foul heresies at me, as if you were a veritable citizen of Sodom, or a rejuvenized Faust, who have just replenished your stock of 'experiences,' as you call them, by seducing Margaret and stabbing her brother?
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