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    1. around the streets backing on to Griffin Park, fixing this and mending that, and as the


    2. The auric field of the spirit is cleansed here and such a rejuvenation process is akin to mending of one’s spiritual skin


    3. “You are making excellent progress and I am quite pleased with the way you are mending you are right on track”, and he then went to examine Archie


    4. Kay moved to sit in front of the fireplace, a mending project for Molly lying neglected in her lap


    5. She worked with half-hearted interest on the mending, watching the minutes tick by


    6. She carefully tucked the mending into a corner of the chair


    7. I just wonder if mending fences with Sylvia is going to include Mike, because I’m not so sure that I want it to


    8. mending since this will waste too much time


    9. After breakfast, Rosie sat at her treadle sewing machine mending the children's clothing for school


    10. The stonework is somehow mending itself, but how can that be possible without the hard work of servants he no longer has, or without the direct power of the mind-cane?


















































































    1. She refused to eat, and her wing would not mend


    2. When he hears that Alastair is in the garden trying to mend a mower, he groans, ‘Jo, you haven’t let him loose on something mechanical, have you? Dear God!’ …


    3. Broke her hip in the process and it didn't mend properly


    4. and Petr’s on the mend


    5. In her thoughts she throws open the patio doors at her father’s house and takes a slow step around his garden, shuffling past flower pots full of cigarette butts, one more casualty on the mend, a dressing-gowned remnant of the whistling generation


    6. He will mend the


    7. But even so, it was clearly on the mend


    8. I only stayed up because I had to mend


    9. whispered to me, “You rascal, mend your ways


    10. saying, with his head swaying, “I told you to mend your ways


















































































    1. They ate, talked, played and read aloud, cooked, cleaned, washed and mended, paced, hummed, sang and told stories always with the twins in someone's arms, lap, or perched on a hip


    2. They were probably not unlike that stunted breed which was common all over Scotland thirty or forty years ago, and which is now so much mended through the greater part of the low country, not so much by a change of the breed, though that expedient has been employed in some places, as by a more plentiful method of feeding them


    3. This increase of the quantity of those metals, however, has not, it seems, increased that annual produce, has neither improved the manufactures and agriculture of the country, nor mended the circumstances of its inhabitants


    4. she mended, but never took the opportunity to gaze into her eyes


    5. would have done before, neither the circumstances of the farmer, nor those of the landlord, will be much mended by this change


    6. "And yet, despite your lack of contributions, you nevertheless remain capable of enjoying the benefits that we provide: your streets are illuminated, your roads are mended, your refuse is hauled away and there is even a constable to keep you safe while you and your family lie abed


    7. If he attempts to sell them much dearer, he is likely to have so few customers, that his circumstances will not be much mended


    8. Whatever damage Roleston and his wife had done to it might have been mended, but Doc, in his rage, had kicked any fixing out of it


    9. “How’s Charlie are his wounds mended yet I expected him to be back home by now?” Tears started to fall from Beth’s eyes and to catch in her lashes before shedding down her cheeks a small sob like a sigh escaped her lips as she replied


    10. He had been mended before, when the voice spoke to them


















































































    1. It mends the bond of friendship


    2. Calkers: One who mends the seams on a vessel


    3. Calkers: One who mends the seams on a vessel


    4. He mends matters but little be saying, “sinners are not to be the judges of what a sinner deserves,” because, says he, “we do not argue that way in the affairs of the world, in the courts of justice, and family discipline


    5. He mends matters but little be saying, “sinners are not to be the judges of what a sinner deserves,” because, says he, “we do not argue that way in the affairs of the world, in the courts of justice, and family discipline


    6. He mends matters but little be saying, “sinners are not to be the judges of what a sinner deserves,” because, says he, “we do not argue that way in the affairs of the world, in the courts of justice, and family discipline


    7. We had invited a lot of Mends there and got the surprise party started


    8. Forgive me and have pity on my folly, and remember I know but little, and, if I talk much, it's more from infirmity than malice; but he who sins and mends commends himself to God


    9. She waits on us all, mends and washes, sweeps the floor, puts mamma to bed


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    mend in English

    repair darn restore fix renew reconstruct patch restoration rectification correction amendment amelioration doctor improve rectify amend ameliorate correct set right meliorate heal convalesce recover

    Synonyme für "mend"

    fix fixing fixture mend mending repair reparation darn patch bushel doctor furbish up restore touch on heal renew reconstruct restoration rectification correction amendment amelioration improve rectify amend ameliorate correct set right meliorate convalesce recover