Thesaurus / replenishment
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Houston, which is down future assets after trading for Westbrook last year, could replenish its stockpile and still put out a somewhat respectable on-court product next season.

The phosphine seemed to be too abundant to exist without some kind of source replenishing it.

This supply can be replenished in various ways, depending on the characteristics of the disease.

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Potassium, an electrolyte lost through sweat, regulates your heartbeat and heart rhythm, Carberry says, so it’s important for backpackers to routinely replenish stores.

That same curve has been used to describe the depletion of groundwater in regions where water is replenished much too slowly for heavy use to be sustainable.

We’ve been extracting resources at the expense of biodiversity and not replenishing and re-supporting the foundation that have given us those resources.

With a plethora of products priced at 50 percent off over a 21-day period, it’s a great time to replenish your essentials and must-haves, and to discover new beauty brands to love.

According to the measure of the giving is the replenishment in vitality.

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Their food supplies were sufficient for only a few days without any replenishment by rail and truck transportation.

Additional contributions from the solvent banks are required for the replenishment of the fund when it has been depleted.

BankingWilliam A. Scott


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