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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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Kalija Parks terminal reloaded 13,000 tons in the first month of this year, using only 2 per cent of its capacity.
* Exclusive reloads with Gripping Surface Technology, offering a proprietary ridged surface to provide an atraumatic grip that holds tissue in place during firing.
"As such, we are very proud that Reload Consulting has launched the country's first CERT facility.
According to the company, the self-service reload kiosk, customised to suit the operator's prepaid offer, enables customers to rapidly reload their account using cash.
The black reload is designed to comfortably compress tissues that are up to 50% thicker than the tissues that could be compressed with previous-generation staplers, including the Endo GIA Universal green reload and Ethicon's Echelon and Echelon Flex green reload.
"The governor actually did use the phrase 'Don't retreat, reload,'" Mansour told POLITICO in an email.
"The additional finished goods storage will positively address the ever-increasing demand for AERT decking products by allowing us to ship large quantities of decking by rail to strategic reloads throughout North America."
A controversial proposed reload centre may finally get out of the blocks with approvals in place from the Ontario Municipal Board.
FOR fans of break beat and quality busking, the place to be this weekend is the Oz Bar, St Mary Street, for the first ever Reload club night.
The shuttle system is sequenced to reload the main hopper automatically.
"Granddad started this concept over 50 years ago, personally traveling around the country to show consumers how to reload," said Chris Hodgdon.
For the armed citizen, statistics suggest that you'll never even have to reload. (Gunfights tend to end quickly, precluding the need for a reload.) Still, good training demands that we be prepared.