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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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Hou Haojie, general manager of CPECC, said the Mender project, which follows CPECC's successful work on programs to develop the emirate's crude pipeline and Asab oilfield, has demonstrated his company's growing market reputation and strong global competitiveness.
It seems the more we hear about methyl bromide, the less we know,'' said Don Mender of Camarillo.
Here's a ruble for the ghost of Peter the tinner, For Stephen mender of sleds.
A-BOOT is an external gender mender size device that connects to the serial port of the PC and the manual reset switch.
The son of a poor tinker, (that is, a traveling mender of pots and pans,) John Bunyan produced one of the most popular and influential books of the Restoration period The Pilgrim's Progress.
Flute the bellows mender is chosen to play the heroine Thisbe, though he has " a beard coming.
As part of the South East Full Field Development,which includes development of Asab Sahil, Qusahwira and Mender oil fields, Adco is currently undertaking the development of the Mender field.
The play itself centres on a reclusive doll mender called Ifans who's busily at work in his remote workshop in rural Wales when his peace is shattered by the arrival of two strangers, known to the audience only as 'Girl' and 'Lad'.
Gniadek worked as a mender for the Uxbridge Worsted Mill, Hayward Schuster Woolen Co.
In the second, she played new songs, a lovely traditional song dedicated to Alasdair and tunes from her first album The Milk-Eyed Mender.
Mr Garbe, a former boiler mender, suffered a stroke in April.
At just pounds 3, the Bender Mender is a blend of ingredients which help to transform you from a nauseous, dizzy mess with a tongue that feels and looks like a German Shepherd's to a much more settled and fresher soul.