replenish


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Synonyms for replenish

fill something that had previously been emptied

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Building on this impact, Coca-Cola in MENA plans to launch new projects in Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Pakistan, Algeria, Morocco in 2018 and will expand its replenish work to reach Sudan for the first time, bolstering drought and humanitarian response efforts.
Clinical endpoints of the REPLENISH trial include measuring the reduction in frequency and severity of hot flashes over a 90-day period while ensuring endometrial protection for one year, in accordance with FDA Guidance for Oestrogen/Progestins.
Opti-Free RepleniSH is the only multi-purpose disinfecting solution with TearGlyde, which reconditions lenses to retain surface moisture "for at least 14 hours to enhance comfort".
This is a movement in its infancy," a spokesman for Replenish said.
Gibbs does not recommend drinking most fruit juices, since they are too concentrated to quickly replenish lost minerals and fluids.
Any surplus is destined to replenish the state's budget stabilization, or "rainy day," fund, which contains about half the money mandated by statute.
Eating yogurt with live cultures also remains a good way to replenish gut flora following a course of antibiotics.
About $233 million of this funding would be needed to replenish resources that were reprogrammed earlier so that we could begin to fund this urgent counter narcotics activity.
Laughter or good times can be setting aside time for the activities that help us replenish.
In 2000, Lois Schonning, RN, parish nurse coordinator at Northfield Retirement Community in Northfield, Minnesota, along with other parish nurses and clergy in the community, developed Restore, Replenish, Renew--a community outreach program that reinvigorates the spiritual side of those who suffer from the stresses of prolonged caregiving.
and other nations, development is harming the land's ability to replenish (replace) water supplies.
The system can interface with a materials recipe management system to permit traceability of materials and weighments, and can be manned by a single operator (to replenish bins when needed and to remove/supply full/empty receptacles when needed).
A top financial regulator on Tuesday expressed readiness to replenish the depleted capital accounts of credit unions if they can find other capital contributors in addition to the state.
For example, a demand to replenish a security deposit does not put a tenant to the choice of complying or risking termination - it simply informs a tenant of the fact that landlord has drawn-down the security, and that tenant is obligated to replenish.
And it's usually no big deal to replenish the water you lose to perspiration.