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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RENEWABLE

Their membership then becomes to some extent shifting and renewable.

A body that is renewable much as any of our inanimate machines of the factory is renewable.

In Britain an auctioneer must have a licence (for which he pays 10), renewable annually.

The bottom is formed of a refractory stone, which is renewable.

The term of a licence does not exceed seven years, but is renewable.

From these renewable leases the society had an income of about 2,500l. yearly.

In 1710 copyrights for books was given for 14 years, renewable for another 14 years.

By ordinary lease running for any convenient term and renewable at the will of the lessee.

Mr. Tudor had the flat on a three years' agreement, renewable at his option for a further period of two years.

Let the future appointments of judges be for four or six years, and renewable by the President and Senate.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RENEWABLE

reusable

adjectiveable to be used again
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