enew

enew

(ɪˈnjuː)
vb (tr)
(Zoology) obsolete to force (a bird) into water
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These talks are behind the fact that Hamas is not enthusiastic to r= enew the Palestinian national dialogue."
Season ticket holders can enew their seats at this season's prices until May 7.
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The report, aired on commercial broadcaster e.tv's 24-hour eNews channel, featured two confessed criminals threatening to attack tourists during this summer's monthlong World Cup soccer tournament, due to kick off in Johannesburg on June 11.
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Since April 2009 the Learning Communities Branch of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council has been sending an electronic newsletter titled More for you @ your Library or 'eNews' to a database of library members on a monthly basis.
The debate was moderated by Kimberly Seals Allers, editorial director of the Women's eNews' Black Maternal Health project.