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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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Mayor of Antalya Menders TE-rel who was elected from Justice and Development Party (AK Party) AK Party, and some woman deputies of ruling party attended to the opening ceremony of the beach.
Great souls like you are the real heart menders,Your immortality stands beyond the human calendars.
Don''t wait until the weather gets warmer to dig out your sunny day frocks, now is the time to be relegating the tattier ones to the recycle bin, sending the mistakes to the charity shop and marching the broken ones to the menders, so that when the time comes for the sun to bless us with its rays, like a Boy Scout, you''re prepared.
Menders, was sentenced in February to five years, with two to serve.
MENDERS Martin Wright (left) of Myson and John Kindred, Rok's Business Customer Leader in Newcastle.
Doug Menders, the Coast Guard's acquisition program manager for aviation.
The mitumba trade, she writes, "is run by the masses rather than the elite, and is governed by relationships among importers, customers, drivers, menders and dealers rather than by what many observers have titled the 'kleptocracies' still common in much of Africa.
Road menders who don't keep an eye on the clock will end up in deep water on their next project.
The marriage menders Relate South Wales has gone bust and called in the liquidators.
Typically, texts that feature these sole/soul menders also raise questions of festal observance, most often by showing the shoemakers creating, or attempting to create, new holy days.
His new production, Feet Of Flames, is said to be as flamboyant as the previous spectaculars, which is good news for shoe menders the world over.