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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of renew.


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  • It decreases the amount of sebum (oil) that is released by the sebaceous (oil) glands, and it increases that rate at which the skin renews itself.

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  • The call renews Suzuki's efforts at last year's release of its Alto sub-light car.

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  • Bourne Ultimatum "(Bantam, $7.99), by Robert Ludlum:" A master assassin renews his struggle against an international terrorist. "

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  • Ah, it is hard to speak of what it was, that savage forest, dense and difficult, which even in recall renews my fear: so bitter -- death is hardly more severe.

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  • Egg recall renews questions on battling salmonella - News

  • When I came to him, the old man embraced me with tears, and shortly afterward looked up to heaven and said: "I thank thee, sovereign Sun, [Footnote: The Numidians worshipped the heavenly bodies.] and all of you lesser lights of heaven, that before I pass away from this life I behold in my kingdom and beneath this roof Publius Cornelius Scipio, whose very name renews my strength, so utterly inseparable from my thought is the memory of that best and most invincible of men who first bore it."

    De Amicitia, Scipio's Dream

  • So I guess it kind of renews my faith in the way our system works and how people, you know, we have such good rights and we have such opportunities here.

    CNN Transcript Dec 1, 2000

  • I know that’s possible because God’s Word renews and redirects my mind so that I increasingly think as He does.

    The Busy Mom’s Guide to Bible Study

  • "BT do tend, generally, to be more realistic than VM over advertising terms" including the * footnote that tells you how much MORE it will cost, and how long you will be trapped in a contract, that 'renews' if you are not quick enough to cancel early enough .... quote "" BTs planned service "??? heh, I may believe that when BT start routing coax to the premises, like VM do ....

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  • Now, when a hospital renews its contract with the insurer, it will be required to report quality benchmarks to qualify for a rate increase.

    WellPoint Shakes Up Hospital Payments


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