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refresh

 [re-fresh´]
1. to freshen.
2. to make raw again; to denude a wound of epithelium to enhance tissue repair.

re·fresh

(rē-fresh'),
1. To renew; to cause to recuperate.
2. To perform revivification (2).
[O. Fr. re-frescher]

re·fresh

(rĕ-fresh')
1. To renew; to cause to recuperate.
2. To perform revivification (2).
[O. Fr. re-frescher]
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The UAE and Palestine, who were initially not included in the first draw because of a computer glitch, according to the AFC, were placed in the Pot for a redraw following which UAE took Iraq's slot at the top of Group C.
in a number of are "The"The Tory proposals to redraw boundaries are unfair and undemocratic, they are based on an outof-date version of the electoral register Geoffrey Robinson
"The seeding mistake in the Classic was picked up quickly and rectified as soon as possible with a redraw, but we were only made aware of the issue regarding the missing Grand Prix entries late on Tuesday evening.
Redraw the new dart so it falls toward, but not up to, the bust apex for a more attractive look (7).
BEIRUT: Hezbollah's deputy chief Sheikh Naim Qassem said the fragile security in the Middle East was a result of an Israeli-American political project to redraw the regional map.
No Draft redraw The board did not grant Rain or Shine's wish for a redraw and allowed Globalport to keep the No.
They got all smeared and he had to redraw everything.
THE Electoral Reform Society Wales has warned that voters in Caerphilly and the north of Cardiff could lose out under proposals to redraw constituency boundaries launched this week.
Councilors also expect to take care to preserve neighborhoods, and not redraw lines so that the wards themselves have odd shapes that make no sense, Pishioneri said.
Sri Lanka has now ordered its Ministry of Provincial Councils to redraw and remap the electorate boundaries.
SHARES in Chester area-based housebuilder Redraw jumped more than 4% yesterday, after the company revealed that its founder, multi-millionaire business tycoon Steve Morgan, is back on board.