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mend

(mĕnd)
v. mended, mending, mends
v.intr.
a. To improve in health or condition: The patient is mending well.
b. To heal: The bone mended in a month.

mend′a·ble adj.
mend′er n.
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On Mend, you key in the details of your relationship's demise and the time you last contacted your ex.
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Welsh rugby stars Adam Jones and Ryan Jones back the local healthy lifestyle initiative MEND.
org/ncow Parents can call 0800 230 0263 for general enquiries about MEND or, if you are interested in signing up your child for a ten-week MEND programme in your local area, call Cat Preston on 01384 322090.
Mend also claimed in a statement on Friday that its fighters had ambushed a convoy of Nigerian army gunboats and killed a number of soldiers, but Antigha said he was not aware of such an attack.
In recognition of the fact that the needs of preschool children and their families are very different to those of older children, the MEND programme creators specifically used play-based learning, emphasising behavioural and parenting skills training to help families become physically active and enable more informed food choices.
MEND consists of two hour sessions, twice a week for 10 weeks.
The California Dental Association Foundation, the California HealthCare Foundation, Verizon and MEND (Meet Each Need with Dignity), a nonprofit organization that provides services to the neediest residents of the San Fernando Valley, collaborated on the project.
Washington, Feb 2 (ANI): A new British study has found that the MEND Program (Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do it
But thanks to the San Fernando Valley's largest anti-poverty agency, MEND, she went home Saturday with a 60-pound gift basket of food and a large bag full of toys for her four children.
Run in partnership with Birmingham Primary Care Trusts, the MEND programme is designed to involve both children and their families.
However, MEND wrote to Reuters that the offer of assistance "has been suspended until the Israel National News (Arutz Sheva) rescinds its description of MEND as a terrorist group and offer (sic) an apology in the next publication.