enew

enew

(ɪˈnjuː)
vb (tr)
(Zoology) obsolete to force (a bird) into water
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3 Read the regular enews your parents get from Nancy for special times to send us your work.
Women's eNews will research, report, and edit a series of stories about women and the environment, including coverage of women-led grassroots movements and the effects of environmental hazards on women's health.
The eNews Channel will be introduced on the Sky digital satellite platform in the United Kingdom in the next few weeks.
The following are summaries of some of the news transmitted to subscribers through Transplant eNews in March.
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.
The efforts to keep the newsletter as relevant as possible, combined with the low frequency of issue, has resulted in a decrease in recipients choosing to unsubscribe to eNews.
Women's eNews will host two panels at the Democratic convention in Denver.
We'll include some of your contributions in the magazine, some on the Web site and some in our biweekly electronic newsletter, GRIT eNEws.
As editor-in-chief of the online publication Women's eNews, Jensen is used to handling many tasks during the course of the day--and to breaking down barriers along the way.
In April, Women's eNews added an Arabic-language page to its web site to cover women's issues in
In 2004, Rita Henley Jensen, editor in chief of Women's eNews, asked mc if I would be interested in exploring the effects of TANF and writing a five-part series on my findings.