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Word: rejuvenate

Definition: make young again


Sentences Containing 'rejuvenate'

As Fordham's offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, Foley helped rejuvenate a program that won the 2002 Patriot League championship with a 10-3 record. In 2000, Foley's offense established a running game that set a team record for most rushing yards in a single (1,635 yards, an average of 149 per game).
During the late 1960s, James Martin, who was named president in 1968, involved the company in several public-oriented initiatives, investing $75 million in a Springfield office, retail enterprise, and a hotel complex, as well as supporting downtown mortgage-financing pools to rejuvenate urban development in medium-sized cities like Springfield.
However, the January additions of Sheffield United's James Beattie and West Ham United's winger Matthew Etherington helped rejuvenate their season.
However, there may also be other ways to rejuvenate.
In addition, Mazda endeavored to rejuvenate itself around this time, partially with financial and management assistance from Ford, and successfully developed a new product line of high quality cars with desirable styling and superior driving dynamics, beginning with the Mazda6 and followed by the Mazda3, paving way for the arrival for Mazda's next-generation rotary sports car.
Re was thought to grow old in the course of each day and then rejuvenate during the night so he would be reborn again at sunrise.

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