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  • n. A person who renews

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who, or that which, renews.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who renews. See bounder, 3.


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  • Harold Pinter, a "renewer of English drama in the 20th century", received the Nobel Prize in Literature for 2005.

    The Nobel Prize in Literature

  • Anyuru has been hailed as a renewer of the political poem, but I find neither the political acumen of a Sonnevi nor the provocative anti-politics of an Öijer in his work.

    The Cities Inside Hall

  • In that light, it is not altogether surprising that the rise to power of Ahmadinejad, who paints himself as the renewer of Khomeini's revolutionary zeal, should have been accompanied by a resurgence of the belief that Israel is but a flimsy façade whose end is near.

    Eradicating the 'Little Satan'

  • Then a coupla years ago when it was time for renewering again and I getted a letter from teh DMV saying that I hads to renewer in person. *pout*

    i killd teh beast - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Libavius and many deride and carp at, yet some will have to be the [782] renewer of all arts and sciences, reformer of the world, and now living, for so

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Harold Pinter is the renewer of English drama in the 20th century.

    The Nobel Prize in Literature 2005 - Presentation Speech

  • Al-Ahbash, since the 1990s, have become a tool of Syrian intelligence in Lebanon, but they still have a strong cultish organization that refers to its spiritual guide as "the renewer of the age, the supporter of the Prophet's path, and the modernizer of Time."

    Monday, October 31, 2005

  • At the same time he is a virtuoso renewer of the poetical means of expression.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1987 - Presentation Speech

  • At the same time he is a masterly renewer of poetical language and poetical forms of expression, inspired by Osip Mandelstam and

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1987 - Press Release

  • The capacitor pack in each suit held charge enough to power thermostat and air renewer for a hundred hours, and they only planned to be gone for three or four.



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