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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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Mending earlier said his panel will submit its final report to its mother committee, House Committee on Disaster Management, chaired by Bataan Rep.
Now the Mending Rooms will be the next jewel in our crown.
On March 25, Alamia and Mending handed over another P16.7-million BUB checks to five Lanao Sur mayors, namely, Mamintal Razuman of Lumbatan town (P4.1 million plus P350,000 for livelihood), Sahrodin Ampatua of Bayang town (P2.9 million and P392,000), Jamal Manabilang of Bumbaran town (P1.5 million and P250,000), Jamal Asum of Lumbayanague town (P6 million) and Misangcud Capal of Tagoloan town (P1.66 million).
Old clothes lying around can be transformed, according to Make & Mend 'Mending clothes is a skill that will not only allow your wardrobe to last longer, but also encourage you to think before you buy,' says Make & Mend co-author Rebecca Peacock ?
Mending Fences set crisp fractions, including 1min 09.12sec for six furlongs and 1min 32.79sec for the mile en route to the record.
With introductions by the ever-brilliant Maya Angelou and Pearl Cleage, Mending the World reveals all the joys and complications of family ties.
President Clinton talks about "mending" affirmative action just as his Department of Justice works to expand such programs as 10 percent bid preferences for minorities, and there is just as little enthusiasm for "mending" affirmative action among most of its practitioners in state government.
Disappointed by the snail-paced utilization of the Marawi rehabilitation fund, Mending demanded an explanation from the Task Force Bangon Marawi, chaired by Secretary Eduardo del Rosario, why some P4 million remained unspent.
Contract notice: Ecd 64 2015 - purchase orders to the market for maintenance services, marking and mending of personal work required workers from the direction of cleanliness and water in 2 separate lots.
Makmod Mending Jr., agriculture regional secretary, said the reminder has come at a time of congressional inquiries into the alleged misuse of P10-billion pork barrel allotted to senators.
Her book offers a new focus on mending by adapting traditional techniques for modern sewers and uses photography capturing each step of the patching, darning and repair stitching process.
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.