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He was rejuvenated and experienced things he’d only ever dreamed of.
One study, for example, took a stem cell playbook to rejuvenate eyesight in aged mice with vision loss.
Ashton, employed by United since 2007, rejuvenated an injury-plagued team last month before finishing with two defeats and a 3-3-1 record.
He never had a hit record of his own, but his performing career was rejuvenated when he teamed up with his son Eddy, a protege of Allman Brothers guitarist Dickie Betts, in 1987 to form the band Shaver.
"The duke looked positively rejuvenated," said Hexam, spitefully, as they walked down the corridor.
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Modern religions are but follies of old times rejuvenated or presented in some new form.
For your rejuvenated wife has attained what must be called the Indian Summer of women; she nurses, she has a full breast of milk!
He found a refreshed and rejuvenated Simpson smoking a cigarette upon the steps.
MR. GREX OF MONTE CARLOE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
What an important relic it will be for our rejuvenated Society of Antiquaries to exercise their faculty of investigation upon!
Do you think I'm going to lie here when I feel as if my body and mind had been completely rejuvenated?
THE BLUE GERMMARTIN SWAYNE

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