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ree huh bi luh tayt

  • v  help to readapt, as to a former state of health or good repute
    The prisoner was successfully rehabilitated
    After a year in the mental clinic, the patient is now rehabilitated
  • v  reinstall politically
    Deng Xiao Ping was rehabilitated several times throughout his lifetime
  • v  restore to a state of good condition or operation

  • Stroke patients who have lost strength and sensation in one arm could get a boost from Realive, a robotic suit that uses the movement of the healthy limb to help rehabilitate the .
  • Arizona, which implemented Proposition 200 in 1996, has a "three strikes" rule of its own that seeks to rehabilitate and offender before jail time is imposed.
  • I propose we rehabilitate the name.
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  • Get ready Route 22 commuters: Major traffic backups expected as bridge project starts Monday
    Think commuting on Route 22 is tough right now? The commute is about to become even more tedious starting Monday when set-up work begins for a two-year project to rehabilitate the Easton-Phillipsburg Route 22 Toll Bridge. The set-up work is scheduled to begin 2 a.m. Monday, enabling work crews to establish a single-lane driving pattern along Route 22 eastbound prior to that morning's peak ...
    June 15, 2013 - WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
  • Saugus special Town Meeting warrant at a glance
    Articles to rehabilitate Lincoln Avenue and to authorize the Police Department to conduct fingerprint checks for individuals applying for certain licenses highlight the special Town Meeting warrant.
    June 14, 2013 - Saugus Advertiser
  • In Worcester, plans for Belmont Street bridge over I-290 are changed
    plans to rehabilitate the Belmont Street bridge over Interstate 290 after hearing concerns earlier this year.
    June 14, 2013 - Worcester Telegram & Gazette

  • Roger Federer in
    After consultation with my team and doctors, I decided to take the difficult decision to withdraw from both tournaments,Federer said in the statement. "This will allow me a chance to give my body a chance to rest, rehabilitate and recover...
  • Gerry Ritz in Vancouver Sun
    Ritz said the assistance will help farmers "take immediate measures to protect, rehabilitate and manage affected crop land - helping them restore the land for next year's crop."
  • Tiger Wood in Newsday
    At this late date, the Bush-bashing that Tenet's book will inevitably stir up seems designed to rehabilitate Tenet in his first home, the Democratic Party. He seems to blame the war on everyone but Bush (who gave Tenet the Medal of Freedom) and... Michael Scheuer Guardian Unlimited,,-6595910,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFZuEDBo2mrOHMcp6zi_2ie1mPvMw Apr 29, 2007 82021 109836 rehabilitation I have to do the right thing for my long-term health," Woods, 32, said in the statement. "My doctors assure me with the proper rehabilitation and training, the knee will be strong and there will be no long-term effects."

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