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- v. Present participle of renew.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of making new again, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. tending to impart new life and vigor to
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Rather than asserting America's moral right to dominate, Obama has spent much of his term renewing American partnerships with countries like
Should the institute succeed in "renewing" these churches, what we see in Nigeria today may well be on the agenda of the Christian right tomorrow.
Almost, from the whale's delay in renewing her charging, did they think she had given over.
This book was pretty fundamental in renewing my interest in wanting to continue my career in psychology.
I suspect if you e-mailed her and let her know you weren't interested in renewing, she could take it from there.
Mr. Clayton's intellect, artistic skills, and creative talents will go a long way in renewing culture in our time.
Through this program, Thomas More College will begin renewing the great tradition of sacred art and create a new generation of artists that can produce art that serves Christ.
There is a definite blessing in renewing resources that would have been discarded.
I am very sure that the ATF took there sweet time in renewing, but that is any government agency, you been to the BMV lately.
Since Sprint-Nextel has both higher prices and horrible customer service, I see no point in renewing my plan.