regenerate

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To become reconstructed
To replace lost or damaged tissue
To revitalize
To construct or create anew, especially in an improved manner
To undergo a spiritual rebirth
to reproduce
{v} to make anew, to renew
{a} renewed, born by grace
undergo regeneration
To regenerate something means to develop and improve it to make it more active, successful, or important, especially after a period when it has been getting worse. The government will continue to try to regenerate inner city areas. + regeneration re·gen·era·tion the physical and economic regeneration of the area
Formed or created again
be formed or shaped anew
To cause to be spiritually born anew; to cause to become a Christian; to convert from sin to holiness; to implant holy affections in the heart of
amplify (an electron current) by causing part of the power in the output circuit to act upon the input circuit re-establish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new; "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership"
Reproduced
{f} renew, restore to good condition; form again, re-create; be renewed, be restored to good condition
To generate or produce anew; to reproduce; to give new life, strength, or vigor to
restore strength; "This food revitalized the patient" undergo regeneration form or produce anew; "regenerate hatred" be formed or shaped anew replace (tissue or a body part) through the formation of new tissue; "The snake regenerated its tail" return to life; get or give new life or energy; "The week at the spa restored me" amplify (an electron current) by causing part of the power in the output circuit to act upon the input circuit re-establish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new; "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership" reformed spiritually or morally; "a regenerate sinner"; "regenerate by redemption from error or decay
re-establish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new; "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership"
reformed spiritually or morally; "a regenerate sinner"; "regenerate by redemption from error or decay"
amplify (an electron current) by causing part of the power in the output circuit to act upon the input circuit
bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one; "The Church reformed me"; "reform your conduct"
return to life; get or give new life or energy; "The week at the spa restored me"
To be formed or created again would define regenerate Regeneration is covered more completely in the Articles of Faith
be formed or shaped anew replace (tissue or a body part) through the formation of new tissue; "The snake regenerated its tail"
renewal by new growth or new life
restore strength; "This food revitalized the patient"
Hence, to make a radical change for the better in the character or condition of; as, to regenerate society
Born anew; become Christian; renovated in heart; changed from a natural to a spiritual state
If organs or tissues regenerate or if something regenerates them, they heal and grow again after they have been damaged. Nerve cells have limited ability to regenerate if destroyed Newts can regenerate their limbs. + regeneration re·gen·era·tion Vitamin B assists in red-blood-cell regeneration
Phase 3 in your journey toward health This often takes a number of months, since the rate of regeneration depends on actual growth of functional tissue into areas that have degenerated The liver is often a key area of regeneration, but many other tissues can effectively regenerate, each on its own time-course You may need to cycle back through regenerative terrain later as well to rebuild a different organ or tissue that was not as high a priority for your overall wellbeing
undergo regeneration form or produce anew; "regenerate hatred"
replace (tissue or a body part) through the formation of new tissue; "The snake regenerated its tail"
reformed spiritually or morally; "a regenerate sinner"; "regenerate by redemption from error or decay
To replace loss or damage by new growth
form or produce anew; "regenerate hatred"
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regeneration
{n} the new birth, birth by grace
regenerated
past of regenerate
regenerates
third-person singular of regenerate
regenerating
that are generating anew; "regenerating fibers
regenerating
present participle of regenerate
regenerating
that are generating anew; "regenerating fibers"
regeneration
the renewal of a tree crop through either natural means (seeded on-site from adjacent stands or deposited by wind, birds, or animals) or artificial means (by planting seedlings or direct seeding) (2)
regeneration
1) The process by which an area is restocked with plants 2) Young trees, either naturally seeded or planted
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The union of parts which have been severed, so that they become anatomically perfect; as, the regeneration of a nerve
regeneration
The renewal of a tree crop, whether by natural or artificial means
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forming again (especially with improvements or removal of defects); renewing and reconstituting
regeneration
Putting the desired counter-ion back on the ion exchanger, by displacing an ion of higher affinity with one of lower affinity
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The process of amplifying a digital signal when it has travelled a certain distance from its source in order to maintain signal clarity
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(1) Renewal of a tree crop, either by natural or artificial means (2) Young tree crop
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The process of spiritual re-birth When we are born again our old nature dies on the Cross with Christ (Romans Ch 6) and is re-born by the power of the Holy Spirit - making it new (Galatians 2: 20, 2 Corinthians 5: 17) Our renewed spirit then grows afresh in relationship with Christ through the Holy Spirit (John 3: 1-8)
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Process of triggering the formation of whole plants from cells removed from the plant and grown in the laboratory under controlled growth conditions One of the steps involved in the process of demonstrating totipotency
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Physical or chemical procedure, which provides waste with the necessary characteristics needed to allow it to be used as a replacement for a new raw material For example: recycled paper re-generated by de-inking
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regrowth of lost body cells, tissues, organs, and limbs
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The reproduction of a part which has been removed or destroyed; re-formation; a process especially characteristic of a many of the lower animals; as, the regeneration of lost feelers, limbs, and claws by spiders and crabs
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(Ticaret) The batch processing of a complete set of records, such as in MPS, MRP or CRP, that does not provide a net update based on a selected subset of records such as those with activity only
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Spiritual or physical change Biblically, it is the saving of a person from his or her sins It is being born again (John 3) It is a spiritual change in a person whereby he becomes indwelt by the Holy Spirit
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In brain or spinal cord injury, regeneration is the regrowth of nerve fiber tissue by way of some as-yet-unknown biologic process In the peripheral system, nerves do regenerate after damage, and reform functional connections Regeneration researchers are confident that central nerves can be induced to grow, provided the proper environment is created The challenge remains to restore functional connections to effectively restore function
regeneration
the activity of spiritual or physical renewal
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The reproduction or renewal of tissues, cells, etc
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The process of demodulating and remodulating a digital signal for retransmission
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The process of growing an entire plant from a single cell or group of cells
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the activity of spiritual or physical renewal (biology) growth anew of lost tissue or destroyed parts or organs
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the act of renewing tree cover by establishing young trees; regeneration usually maintains the same forest type and is done promptly after the previous stand or forest was removed; regeneration may be artificial (direct seeding or planting) or natural (natural seeding, coppice or root suckers) for any site it is important to regenerate the most appropriate species for the site conditions it is important to use an adapted seed source
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Regrowth of destroyed parts Forest regeneration is the process of regrowth after a large disturbance (e g , by a hurricane or logging operation)
regeneration
The act of regenerating, or the state of being regenerated
regeneration
(biology) growth anew of lost tissue or destroyed parts or organs
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refers to the electrical energy returned to the drive when a motor acts like a generator as it is slowed mechanically
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The process of establishing a new tree crop on previously harvested land The term also refers to the young crop itself Rehabilitation - The activities necessary to repair damage or disturbance caused by wildland fires or the fire suppression activity
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means the natural recovery of natural integrity following disturbance or degradation
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The process of desiccants being regenerated by water being driven off the desiccant Hot air or gas passes through the desiccant bed, heating it As a result, the partial pressure of the water vapor becomes higher than that in the regenerating air Water is therefore released from the desiccant and carried away with the air stream (purge air) until a new state of equilibrium is reached (099)
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(1) Renewing a forest after harvest whether by natural or artificial means including natural reproduction by self-sown seed, by vegetative means such as coppicing, or by planting or direct seeding (2) The young tree crop itself, i e , seedlings and saplings
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The entering into a new spiritual life; the act of becoming, or of being made, Christian; that change by which holy affectations and purposes are substituted for the opposite motives in the heart
regeneration
The renewal of a tree crop by either natural or artificial means The term is also used to refer to the young crop itself
regeneration
{i} restoration to good condition, renewal; revival, rebirth; re-creation, re-formation
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In general, includes the backwash, brine, and fresh water rinse steps necessary to prepare a water softener exchange bed for service after exhaustion Specifically, the term may be applied to the "brine" step in which the sodium chloride solution is passed through the exchanger bed The term may also be used for similar operations relating to demineralizers and certain filters
regeneration
feedback in phase with (augmenting) the input
regeneration
which have been used up and destroyed by the ordinary processes of life; as, the continual regeneration of the epithelial cells of the body, or the regeneration of the contractile substance of muscle
regeneration
Is carried out using either an acid or alkali to remove the accumulated actions or anions, respectively At the same time, the action exchanger takes on hydrogen ions to restore themselves to the original hydrogen or hydroxide form, respectively Regeneration refers to the process by which an ion exchanger (like a water softener) renews its ability to do its job
regeneration
rebuilding or restructuring; large scale repair or renewal
regeneratively
So as to regenerate
regenerate
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