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He hoped, these policies would give new life to trade and commerce both domestic and foreign and give a new direction to imports and exports.
The necklace lights on the carousel building give new life to one of the few surviving all-wooden carousels in the world.
The entire section is behind this initiative, understanding that their dog will go on to give new life to a canine patient in need.
Left: Give new life to lank locks with Batiste's latest Dry Shampoo for pounds 2.
I used to restore pianos and did virtually any work necessary to give new life to them.
THE memorandum of understanding between a Thai and an Indian company that could give new life to steel making in the North East says much about the current world order.
Rescue organizations and horse sanctuaries give new life to unwanted horses - and the horses featured here were abused, neglected, abandoned, and have health issues.
Rescue organizations and horse sanctuaries give new life to unwanted horses--and the horses featured here were abused, neglected, abandoned, and have health issues.
Its penetrability, declared in the through-street and friendly top-lit cafe, give new life to a rather po-faced square that desperately needs it.
A new care home for the elderly is set to give new life to an arson-hit social club and create 50 jobs.
With the use of indoor lighting, you can give new life to your plants in the cold of winter and extend the season for your normal outdoor growing with an early start on spring planting.
It means we can give new life to a piece of furniture that would otherwise have been thrown away.