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The district issued her laptops, but they were restricted to schoolwork only, so Ridley got refurbished computers through a local nonprofit organization called InspirEDU so they could do more on them while home all day.
In time, more than 120 houses in the Georgetown neighborhood were refurbished or built by him.
We at Outside devote a lot of words and hours to caring for and refurbishing our winter hard goods.
HOW TO WASH YOUR SKI KITJOE JACKSONJANUARY 30, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
The group was tasked with refurbishing the site’s so-called cookie banners.
I had always dreamed of running my own business—ever since my first enterprise of buying and refurbishing instruments with my brother in Ohio and selling them to families on the coasts as a teenager.
Those include Land O’ Lakes partnering with Microsoft to install rural Wi-Fi, and HP’s Refresh program, which refurbishes computing equipment for donation to lower-income students and schools.
It was Josie Fifer's duty not only to tabulate and care for these relics, but to refurbish them when necessary.
We were to meet the directors of the Hudson's Bay Company that night, and we had come out to refurbish our scant, wild attire.
HERALDS OF EMPIREAGNES C. LAUT
Why revamp and refurbish the old platitudes and dole them out each succeeding year?
CRAFTSMANSHIP IN TEACHINGWILLIAM CHANDLER BAGLEY
If he venture to clean or refurbish his board without authorisation, he will receive a summons and be compelled to pay a fine.

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