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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Rejuvenate

To restore to a youthful appearance.
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The rejuvenator was added to the aged asphalt samples at different contents by weight according to the respective ageing duration and cycle number (e.g., for group 1 asphalt sample, though the second and the third cycle ageing durations are the same 40 min, rejuvenator contents for these two cycles recycling may be different).
Caption: Figure 8: Typical molecular structures for modifier [104, 109-111]: (a) SBS, (b) CNT, (c) graphene, and (d) rejuvenator.
Kaewmanee, "Antioxidant, anticancer, and cytotoxic effects of Thai traditional herbal preparations consumed as rejuvenators," CYTA--Journal of Food, vol.
The stand-alone Rejuvenator system operates, he says, through a side stream of cleaner solution, with typical oil contamination of 0.5 to 1% being pumped from the surface preparation cleaning tank and then being added to a separate concentrate tank.
Just when I find a book review that interests me, he rattles the paper, loud, and rests his chin on my shoulder until his hefty head weighs me down and he whispers in my ear, "Wilma, you're getting wrinklier." The diet I'm on's thinning my face, but that's the way it's got to be, and Franklin's right, sometimes when I'm rubbing in rejuvenator I say to the mirror, ayi-yi-yi, clamp a giant clip in back of your head, unrumple yourself.
Taking out his licence in 1992 with just eight horses, he established himself immediately, out of necessity, as a rejuvenator of equine has-beens and gradually as a master trainer of good sprinters like the Group 1 heroes Continent and Bahamian Pirate, both of whom also feature in his roll call of six winners of the Ayr Gold Cup.
For example, his autobiography Satyasanjeevani (1887) (The Rejuvenator Called Truth) was meant for a women readership.
Investigations on bitumen rejuvenator diffusion and structural stability, Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists 72: 463-501.
The full line of Begley's Earth Responsible Products includes: Dish Soap, Hand Soap, Multi Surface Cleaner, Glass Cleaner, Cooktop Cleaner, Stone Cleaner and Rejuvenator, Pet Stain and Odor Remover, Household Stain and Odor Remover and Produce Wash.
The Sanskrit name guduchi means one that protects the body from illnesses, providing the description of rejuvenator or adaptogen (Kennedy 2009).
Rusty's excellent idea consists of a 2.5"x4.5" silicone impregnated piece of sheepskin wool packed in a plastic bag to maintain its moisture, a folded flannel cloth and a small bottle of silicone rejuvenator.