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Sentence count:193+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-04-13Updated:2017-04-13
Synonym: positive feedbackre-formationSimilar words: generationgeneration gaplost generationdegenerativevenerationdegenerategeneralizationgeneral practitionerMeaning: [rɪ‚dʒenə'reɪʃn]  n. 1. (biology) growth anew of lost tissue or destroyed parts or organs 2. feedback in phase with (augmenting) the input 3. the activity of spiritual or physical renewal 4. forming again (especially with improvements or removal of defects); renewing and reconstituting. 
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1. The regeneration of the city's downtown dock front will put it on a par with Nice or Cannes.
2. Vitamin B assists in red-blood-cell regeneration.
3. The true regeneration of devastated Docklands seemed like pie in the sky.
4. Outlines two policy scenarios, one focusing on urban regeneration and the other on rural protection and urban compaction.
5. Surely the economic regeneration of the area was a priority, without which much vaunted training schemes were somewhat pointless.
6. Regeneration schemes have come and gone in Liverpool, but at least this one has succeeded in uniting the main players.
7. A strategic approach to urban regeneration for Britain's cities Carley, Michael.
8. Several government and local authority funded regeneration programmes have attracted retail and other industries to the area.
9. I think all these regeneration schemes should be under democratic control.
10. The doctrine of original sin and baptismal regeneration meant that an unbaptised infant could not go to heaven.
11. The council is committed to a programme of urban regeneration.
12. These primitive peoples are believed to have worshipped the phallus as a symbol of regeneration.
13. This decision will give renewed impetus to the economic regeneration of east London.
14. The extended boundaries, however, place the housing debate on Merseyside at the centre of the regeneration agenda.
15. There can be no doubt about the need for urban regeneration in the Cardiff docklands.
16. Thus the volume of water that a softener can soften before regeneration is a function of the hardness content of the water.
17. It aims to look at how the private sector has and can increase its involvement in local and urban regeneration.
18. The incident is passed on so that, over time, the betel nut becomes a symbol of eternal regeneration and devotion.
19. The use of sport to help or lead urban regeneration is often centred on conspicuous facilities designed to host major events.
20. Water is next passed in to remove residues of salt and regeneration products,(sentencedict.com) and finally normal running is restored.
21. The second level, that of poetic or dream symbolism, is inherent in all folk-tales, traditions and motifs of regeneration.
22. Key points are: The report considers key national issues under the headings of community regeneration and social and community care.
23. The morality of aseptic rationalism has superseded that of spiritual regeneration.
24. Its new approach of competitive bidding has already galvanized towns and cities into bringing forward imaginative proposals for regeneration.
25. Lax local authority policies and the undermining of policies of restraint on appeal, severely undermine processes of urban regeneration.
26. It had a pepper-pot effect that did not represent a comprehensive approach to urban regeneration.
27. Economic activities An increase in primary, and especially in agricultural production, will remain the basis of rural economic regeneration.
28. Several lines of evidence point to specific components of the peripheral nerve environment that support regeneration.
29. The smallest are unlikely to perform satisfactorily strategic functions like planning and economic regeneration.
30. We will support Urban Development Corporations in their critical task of urban regeneration.
More similar words: generationgeneration gaplost generationdegenerativevenerationdegenerategeneralizationgeneral practitionergeneral electionexonerationremunerationgeneratethe general publicgeneratorregistrationoperationAND operationcooperationliberationdesperationlacerationfederationoperationaltolerationalterationgeneralenumerationvituperationalliterationexasperation
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