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v. t.1.To mend; to repair.
2.To renew or enkindle (a fire).
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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If I were made to choose only two songs by Saigal, I would choose 'Tara Pata Beete Dina Rain' a song saturated with sheer pathos, yet with an effortless and high crescendo from 1934's Chandidas, and 'Bina Pankh Panchi' in which Saigal could seamlessly accommodate a variety of modes from the 1943 film Tansen.
HIS BEeTE noire, BSP chief Mayawati, however, will not dither on her support to the government since that would be to her detriment.
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