Rejuvenate


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rejuvenate

[ri′jü·və‚nāt]
(geology)
The act of stimulating a stream to renewed erosive activity either by tectonic uplift or a drop in sea level.

Rejuvenate

To restore to a youthful appearance.
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In one clinical study, Rejuvenate increased the strength of knee and hip replacement patients, post-surgery, by 800%, according to the company.
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This platform will bring along people from all phases, to connect with their inner self and rejuvenate themselves with healing exercises and asanas.
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If you take a few cuttings from fresh growth and then chop each stem back to within a foot of the ground, it will rejuvenate and you'll be able to train in the strongest new shoots.
The group, encompassing the ministries of Water Resources, Road Transport, Highways and Shipping, Environment, Forests and Climate Change, and Tourism, will identify issues associated with the Ganga and suggest ways to rejuvenate the river.
The research builds on centuries of speculation that the blood of young people contains substances that might rejuvenate older adults.
The researchers believe young blood may contain natural chemicals that turn back the clock to rejuvenate the ageing brain.
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ISLAMABAD -- In yet another bid to rejuvenate the MMA of yore, joint efforts by notable religious figures have started.