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ree ple nish

  • v  fill something that had previously been emptied

  • Even before the water table is replenished to previous levels, it is exploited mercilessly for irrigation and for drinking.
  • Even in state legislatures stifled by partisan gridlock, lawmakers agree tobacco taxes are a vital way to replenish their coffers.
  • For centuries, farmers survived by clearing new land for each season's plantings and allowing old fields to lie fallow and replenish their nutrients.
News & Articles

  • Forest Service may buy water
    SAN ISABEL — The U.S. Forest Service is hoping to buy water to replenish the lowering water level at Lake Isabel near the Custer/Pueblo county line.
    June 12, 2013 - The Pueblo Chieftain
  • Petty cash to cover burglarized money
    County Commissioners voted to use petty cash to replenish money burglarized from its Fort Bliss Tax Office. The office on post has been burglarized twice since January. 0 read more
    June 11, 2013 - KTSM El Paso
  • Ethanol Slumps Against Gasoline Sixth Day on Cheaper Corn Prices
    Ethanol slumped a sixth day against gasoline on speculation that cheaper corn prices will help boost output of the fuel and replenish stockpiles.
    June 10, 2013 - Bloomberg
Quotes

  • President Bush in guardian.co.uk
    I'll give some speeches, to replenish the ol' coffers,says Mr Bush, who is already estimated to be worth $20m. "I don't know what my dad gets - it's more than 50-75 [thousand dollars a speech], and Clinton's making a lot of money"
  • Craig Wallace in Media Newswire (press release)
    Due to good inland rain, Queensland is able to do its bit to replenish water in the southern Murray Darling Basin,Mr Wallace said.
  • Max Baucus in Washington Post
    Where I am going is there are other ways to replenish the trust fund that are frankly, oh, more palatable ...... that the American people would not react adversely to,Baucus said Wednesday.

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