recultivate

recultivate

(riːˈkʌltɪˌveɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Agriculture) to plant, tend, harvest, or improve (plants) again
2. to improve or civilize (manners, behaviour, etc) again
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Within the framework of the Comprehensive Program, measures were taken to recultivate and sanate the soil in two institutions of Vladikavkaz - in kindergarten No.
Summary: Four young Omanis are travelling to the West Bank this month to work with an international team of volunteers to help recultivate olive farms
I always look for found items wherever I go, and I like to recultivate things in unexpected ways," she says--which explains her collection of deer antlers, Accumulated while foraging in the forest (deer shed them naturally).
I held the grudge to a certain degree, but then I got some sort of insight and took the steps to forgive and recultivate a strong relationship," Reynolds said.
That is, we are invited by these principal authors (as teachers) to cross, combine, and recultivate disciplines and doctrines; to dwell on tradition in order to effect transformation; to find words, sources, and frameworks that better allow us to grapple with normativity, obligation, and relationship.
Farmers have only collected half of their crop so far and some, having written off acres of vegetables, may be forced to recultivate their land.
My wish for the environment is for a massive international plan, assisted and driven by first world countries, to recultivate degraded land in third world countries, making it fertile and viable.
For all areas sealed by concrete, Bremen Airport will recultivate other sealed areas.
It's important for mortgage companies to cultivate, or recultivate, key referral sources like Realtors," he says.