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Eyemouth Harbour caters for most types of fishery activity and as a result Eyemouth's primary industry has seen a certain amount of rejuvenation.

He also helped to save the sprightly senior's life by eventually deciding to assist in creating a rejuvenation potion, and together with Akane
project completed in 2003. Larissa Van Beurden (15 September 2003).

The aliens return to their own planet, taking a gift of mew aqua with them so they can rejuvenate the planet.

When ice forms on the beds, trucks can be driven onto the ice to spread a thin layer of sand that helps to control pests and rejuvenate the vines.

After the merger, Woolworths found Tandy to be in poor condition and has been trying to rejuvenate that part of the business since.

Great expenditure of power causes Selene to age rapidly, but she can rejuvenate herself by absorbing more life force.

It's a place to relax and rejuvenate with the beauty of nature and richness of exotic cuisines.

He brought the man to his space station and used his scientific devices to rejuvenate the old man.

According to Bischoff, Russo went out to the ring after the match and did a shoot on Hogan, putting an end to the planned angle, which it was hoped would rejuvenate the company.

Maudling promptly made his case in public, and three weeks later was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer in Macmillan's " Night of the Long Knives " attempt to rejuvenate his Cabinet.

These values lead him to rejuvenate Radiator Springs back to its heyday.

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