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1 This glass of iced tea will refresh you.
2 A cup of coffee will refresh you.
3 I think I'll just refresh myself with a cup of tea before I go to meet the children.
4 Tears clean the face of the weak but refresh the strong.
5 A shower will refresh you.
6 All the battleships can refresh in this harbor.
7 He went into the kitchen to refresh their drinks.
8 I looked at the map to refresh my memory of the road.
9 He had to refresh his memory by looking at his notes.
10 I looked at the map to refresh my memory of the route.
11 Just refresh my memory: were you born in York?
12 April's encouraging climate should do much to refresh your memory.
13 Let me refresh your glass.
14 Perhaps he should refresh himself with the facts.
15 Drain and refresh immediately in cold water,[www.Sentencedict.com] cracking the egg shells to allow the eggs to cool more quickly. 3.
16 She had insisted on coming with me to refresh, so she said, her memory of that ghastly old trout.
17 A brief nap was enough to refresh him after the flight.
18 You may also need to refresh your memory before you go to visit somebody.
19 She must enter without fear and bathe and refresh herself.
20 It was such a hot night that I had a cold shower to refresh myself.
21 Press the "reload" button on your web browser to refresh the site and get the most current version.
22 I looked the word up in the dictionary to refresh my memory of its exact meaning.
23 Before I interviewed Ms Waters,[sentencedict.com] I read her book again just to refresh my memory.
24 Many view these meetings as an occasion to share ideas and refresh friendship.
25 He walked on the opposite side of the street to refresh his memory of the building.
26 To a large extent, however, Wright thinks people tend to refresh each other.
27 I drew the shower curtain and took a look at the fellow, just to refresh my memory.
28 If you can't remember where you were on June 15, Mr Ball, maybe these photos will refresh your memory.
29 You can always take a few days off immediately before the exam to rest and refresh yourself.
30 It could wait the length of time it took a man to refresh himself with December air.
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