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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.
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.
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.
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*
Libavius and many deride and carp at, yet some will have to be the  renewer of all arts and sciences, reformer of the world, and now living, for so
Harold Pinter is the renewer of English drama in the 20th century.
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."
At the same time he is a virtuoso renewer of the poetical means of expression.
At the same time he is a masterly renewer of poetical language and poetical forms of expression, inspired by Osip Mandelstam and
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.