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the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation

the act of renewing

filling again by supplying what has been used up

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Commercial Auto, Business Owner's Policy, General Liability, and Commercial Property all experienced a slight uptick in renewal rates, while the rate change for Umbrella and Workers' Compensation dropped.
Premium renewal rate change by line of business for Q4 and 2017 highlights includes:
As you complete the online renewal application, be sure to read and follow all instructions.
Yearly renewal will begin at the end of the certified teacher's current five-year renewal cycle and continue every year hereafter.
The Coburg Industrial Area Urban Renewal District is the strip of industrial properties along Interstate 5.
gov under Attorney Resources, Attorney Admission Renewal Fee, to obtain a copy of Administrative Order 2012-4 or for instructions on how to pay renewal fees.
TRAI had received complaints of customers regarding renewal of STVs without their consent, after the expiry of the STVs.
Editors, these publishers maintain, should be viewed as Chief Renewal Officers: If they are producing quality content that meets reader needs--and the marketing promise that got the subscriber--the renewal will follow.
As a result of the 2006 Virtual ICU Study of Practice, a separate renewal category was established for CCRNs working primarily or exclusively in the remote ICU environment.
While there are differences in renewal terms and conditions, on the whole, most franchisors want to renew the agreements (licenses or contracts) with their franchisees in order to maintain the stability, continuity and steady growth of their system.
What is significant about the Catholic charismatic renewal (CCR) is that there was no specific founder of the movement, as in the case of other ecclesial movements such as Cursillo, Focolare, Marriage Encounter, and Neo-Catechumenate.
Insurers likely returned to their offices from their annual October renewal joust with the reluctant acceptance that reinsurance rates will increase.
They appear to be capable of asymmetric division and self renewal, are only a minor faction among the bulk of more differentiated cells in the tumor, and can reconstitute all the cell types in the tumor of origin.
It was the mid-'80s--a time when 20th century liturgical renewal movement was gaining momentum among Anglicans in Canada, giving rise to the publication in 1985 of the Book of Alternative Services.