abraid

abraid

(əˈbreɪd)
vb (intr)
archaic to awake
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In the arena of educational reform, these defanged revolutionaries abraid the cause of their more militant colleagues often with self-serving maunderings and sententious commentary about educational reform that are mere coinages of the general currency used in mainstream educational debates, never challenging the primacy of capital.
Then lightly abraid the surface with sandpaper, wash with detergent and give it a fresh water rinse.
The sutures are self adjusting and are delivered with a needle through a cannula after the repair site is abraided to stimulate blood flow and healing.
The reverse surface of the tags was abraided with an emery cloth to improve tag retention.