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Synonyms for mend

Synonyms for mend

to restore to proper condition or functioning

to make right what is wrong

Synonyms for mend

sewing that repairs a worn or torn hole (especially in a garment)

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heal or recover

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There's also a Mend community of fellow dumpees where you can read posts about relationships and tips for moving on.
Watch the promo video of "Star Crossed" Season 1 Episode 3 "Our Toil Shall Strive to Mend."
Senior fashion lecturer Bob Manning said: "I'm so impressed with all of the pieces, they have done a fantastic job of reinterpreting the idea of make do and mend with a modern twist.
"The good thing about MEND is that you can go as a family so you can all learn about it.
Many of the MEND members receive government funding or job training in return for MEND's commitment not to return to violence.
Patrick Wilmot, a political commentator on African affairs, told Al Jazeera that while some within Mend accepted the amnesty "in good faith", others wanted to continue with "their kidnapping and gun-running".
In recognition of the fact that the needs of preschool children and their families are very different to those of older children, the MEND programme creators specifically used play-based learning, emphasising behavioural and parenting skills training to help families become physically active and enable more informed food choices.
Richard Tremere, MEND's regional manager for Redcar and Cleveland, said: "We offer a non-judgemental environment for families to learn how to make healthy choices and become more active."
The California Dental Association Foundation, the California HealthCare Foundation, Verizon and MEND (Meet Each Need with Dignity), a nonprofit organization that provides services to the neediest residents of the San Fernando Valley, collaborated on the project.
Run in partnership with Birmingham Primary Care Trusts, the MEND programme is designed to involve both children and their families.
The group, the "Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta" (MEND), denied responsibility for kidnapping the 60-year-old Israeli businessman who was working in Nigeria but offered assistance in negotiations for his release.
Nusseibeh is the founder and director of Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy (MEND), which promotes "active nonviolence" among youth and adults throughout Palestine.
The fragile truce brokered between Nigeria's central government and the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) in April 2006 jerked to a bloody halt on August 20 when soldiers of the Joint Task Force, a contingent of the Nigerian Army, Navy, and Air Force, ambushed 15 members of the MEND militia and murdered them.
The point is how does one attempt to mend what Vatican II (Gaudium et spes, #43) referred to as "the split between the faith one professes and one's daily life"--which is one of the "most serious errors of our age"?
The study, to be called MEND - CABG, will evaluate the ischemic reperfusion and neuro- protective effects of MC-1 in patients undergoing high-risk Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) surgery.