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Synonyms for mending

garments that must be repaired

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Mending said the Commission on Audit, the Department of Public Works and Highways, among other government agencies, would be around to monitor and supervise the construction of farm-to-market roads and livelihood project implementation.
4-billion pooled fund is the biggest subsidy given to the region's agriculture sector in a year, Mending said, pointing out that the same sector got only P260-million last year.
Katy admitted that needing "friends, family and a lot of junk food" were all crucial to the mending process.
If the answer is yes to three or more, get your mending box out.
Mending puts dissimilar materials together in an effort to save a larger item from becoming useless or to make smaller pieces into something large enough to use.
It is not about blame - it is about finding out where things are going wrong and mending them.
Trainer Todd Pletcher's star was in action in an allowance race over 1m1f on Gulfstream's firm turf course, and English Channel posted a length victory over pacesetter Mending Fences in 1min 44.
I wrote last year that she and her friends were washing and mending thousands of pairs of donated jeans that would have been thrown away by a local importer because of minor defects.
In Mending the World: Stories of Family by Contemporary Black Writers (Basic Civitas Books, December 2002, $25.
The five-week run offers three premieres: Felix: the ballet, Mending, and Cherokee Rose.