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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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The Office of the Regional Governor is doing this for the constituents of ARMM to truly benefit from the national government's funding assistance," Mending said.
Alcala graced the launching rites after ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman and Mending toured him in the targeted areas of the two provinces.
John Velazquez kept English Channel in touch in second along the rail behind Mending Fences, asking his mount for a run nearing the furlong marker before drawing clear impressively.
When Hazelden published Connie Goldman and Richard Mahler's Tending the Earth, Mending the Spirit: The Healing Gifts of Gardening last year, they were affirming gardening is in essence spiritual.
Orders in markets for maintenance services, marking and mending of personal work required workers from the direction of cleanliness and water in 2 separate lots.
Mending said the Commission on Audit, the Department of Public Works and Highways, among other government agencies would be around to monitor and supervise construction of farm-to-market roads and livelihood project implementation.
The study of almost 2,000 people found that almost half of those in the North East (48%) say they have considered mending something they would have thrown away before the recession.
Needlecraft expert Nan Ides' "Hand Mending Made Easy: Save Time And Money Repairing Your Own clothes" is specifically designed to teach novice sewers to use the economically beneficial option of making simple, common repairs ranging from sewing on buttons, to fixing seams, to ironing, to repairing broken zippers.