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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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While he rehabilitates from a broken leg, Kramer has been using a motorized wheelchair.
I'm not sure how McCain rehabilitates his brand name or integrity after this campaign is over.
In the first of an occasional series, USA TODAY chronicles how an athlete rehabilitates from a serious injury, focusing on Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal, a two-time All-Star who hurt his knee May 12.
German Pope "rehabilitates" Holocaust denier, then (as we learned this week) promotes a bishop who thinks Hurricane Katrina was God's punishment for immorality in New Orleans.
Russian court 'rehabilitates' last tsar: spokesman
and if anyone believes prison "rehabilitates" i have some beach front propeerty in arizona, really cheap.
Obama supporters donât have much room to talk as they support a man who endorses indefinete detention and refuses to prosecute (and even rehabilitates) war criminals like Bush and Cheney.
Now in The Templars she rehabilitates the devout Catholic knights, exposing ‘the incredible crop of fanciful allegations attributing to the Templars every kind of esoteric rite and belief, from the most ancient to the most vulgar ....’
Barnhart is filling in for regular starting keeper Hope Solo as she rehabilitates her right shoulder following surgery in late September.
While cam - paigning against wildlife smug - gling, the group also rescues, rehabilitates and releases wildlife.
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