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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]

refresh

/re·fresh/ (re-fresh´) to denude an epithelial wound to enhance tissue repair.

re·fresh

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

refresh

to freshen or make raw again; to denude a wound of epithelium to enhance tissue repair.
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1 February 2011 - Ireland-based medical technology company Covidien (NYSE: COV) said yesterday that its new Endo GIA curved tip and black reloads with Tri-Staple technology are available in limited release, with a full US roll out expected by mid-year.
He thought we were joking at first, but after we showed him the posters we had planned he agreed to do it,"said Reload promoter Mark Davies.
To solve these problems, ESOP sponsors must carefully consider possible corrective action--including reloads, refinancings, grantor trusts (and even possible plan terminations) as well as tax and accounting changes--to arrive at a solution that best serves the company and participants, all while complying with ERISA and the IRC.
The DOTr also hoped that commuters would shift to using stored value cards to avoid the frequency of queuing to reload.
Currently, it is common in combative shooting courses to practice nothing but slide-lock reloads, the emergency reload.
Walmart Rapid Reload utilises the Green Dot Network to provide cardholders with a fast and easy way to load funds directly to their cards by swiping their cards at any register at participating Walmart stores (not available in VT or WY).
Whether a customer is loading hundreds of rounds at a time or just starting to reload, Hornady offers free bullets with the purchase of some popular reloading products.
Many people are a bit shocked when I tell them that some of the cartridges I reload actually cost more than I could buy new ones for.
This month's column discusses two consensuses reached at a recent meeting of the Financial Accounting Standards Board emerging issues task force (EITF or task force) concerning how to account for costs incurred to treat environmental contamination and the accounting for a reload stock option feature in a stock option plan.