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Renew

To make new, or to restore to a former condition.
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9) Reese, Renewers of the Age, Holy Men and Social Discourse in Colonial Benaadir, Leiden-Boston, 2008, p.
But aren't the Renewers of the Church and Renewers of Society on the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) calendar all dead, most of them for a long time?
Renewers of the Age is a social commentary on the Benaadir society with emphasis on a very important aspect of their survival 3/4 Sufism.
I saw a pattern of the people who had been the moral resisters--who had brought about the end of communism--who were then the moral renewers in the wake of the collapse of the empire," she says.
Thirty percent of renewers renew after the first notice.
Now communities are called to enter into this suffering as compassionate healers and renewers of the Earth, he said.
Renewers must realize too that they don't have the freedom enjoyed by those who develop a concept from nothing; instead, they must somehow transform an existing brand, customer group, asset base, and frontline sales force, mostly lever-aging current sites to avoid the very high cost of exit.
In the public eye some of these institutions are regarded as very prestigious, as they are recognized as important renewers of the cultural product.
And if in these modern days we are to look for any prophet or savior who shall influence our feelings towards the universe as the founders and renewers of past religions have influenced the minds of our fathers, that prophet .
Russian moral renewers believe they will succeed only if they can successfully appeal to the older virtues of Russian society, rather than trying to become a copy of the West.
But you won't get a 100 percent of this year's renewers next year: businesses will hit hard times, your subscriber will leave the company, etc.