In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- You can recondition your air to remove the carbon dioxide and to restore the oxygen.
- Blake wanted him in tip-top condition and reconditioned by the end of the week.
- Made of a fabric filter and composites of NASA-inspired materials, it actually reconditions the air.
- The rest of the film deals with Newby's efforts to elude the Germans while slowly reconditioning his injured leg.
- It is ludicrous to even consider that advanced extraterrestrials are traveling millions of light years across the universe (if they could find us in the first place) just to recondition our spiritual beliefs.
- His secret to success is reconditioning the mind.
- Gypsum may be just the answer for reconditioning the soil, because it can be spread on the surface of the soil in the vegetable garden, the flowerbeds or on the lawn.
- Veerappan, after being used to living in the jungle, couldn't recondition himself to the idea of migrating to concretized Chennai.
- However, certain muscle groups must be reconditioned, especially for golf.
- Ignoring the fact that everyone thinks I'm crazy to get back on the bike, what are some things to watch out for as I recondition my body after a six-month layoff?
- First, two rows of adjustable knives in front of the compactor cut up old snow, reconditioning the snow surface.
- Another treatment that may help some people with insomnia is to recondition them to associate the bed and bedtime with sleep.
- Regardless of whether you accept their dogma, they deal with issues like this more often than you might imagine and their various approaches to reconditioning impulses have worked for many people.
- After they are taken out of cold storage, and before they can be processed, these tubers are reconditioned, that is, warmed for several weeks to lower the levels of sugar that accumulated.
- The use of hand lotion to recondition skin is considered most beneficial when the application is followed by a longer time period before washing occurs again.
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