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His reappearance in a mundane setting such as the teachers’ awards speech — instead of a groveling public apology — could suggest that Ma’s relations with Beijing are on the mend.
When Julie’s boyfriend came home with a brand new iPhone for her at the end of the summer in 2019, Julie saw it as a peace offering—a sign that their relationship was on the mend.
That in particular is a sign, say some analysts, that the underlying economic conditions are on the mend, given the index increased sensitivity to changes in GDP and the economic cycle.
More recently, the stock market’s rally has morphed from relief that the worst-case scenario of a full-blown financial crisis is off the table to hopes that the economy is on the mend.
Is a Tailor, that can make a new Coat well, the worse Workman, because he can mend an old one?
Now, go and mend that deplorable frock, and if you don't dream over it, you won't waste too much of your holiday.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
He was much disconcerted, and did not materially mend the matter by saying it was the first name that came into his head.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
“But being disgusted with our luxury and giving it all up would not mend matters, little wife,” returned Jack with a faint smile.
We know well enough the weak parts of human nature: if they are treated tenderly, they may mend.
You'll get interfered with in a way you won't like, Pike, one of these days, unless you mend your manners.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD

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