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v. re·gen·er·at·ed, re·gen·er·at·ing, re·gen·er·ates
1. Biology To replace (a lost or damaged organ or part) by the formation of new tissue.
2. To form, construct, or create anew: Any part of the hologram can be used to regenerate the whole image.
3. To give new life or energy to; revitalize: a new book to regenerate the flagging interest of his readers.
4. To reform spiritually or morally: "The sacraments come from God and regenerate the person" (Radclyffe Hall).
1. To effect regeneration: Can the damaged nerves regenerate?
2. To become formed or constructed again.
3. To undergo spiritual conversion or rebirth; reform.
adj. (-ər-ĭt)
1. Spiritually or morally reformed.
2. Formed by regeneration: regenerate tissue.

[Latin regenerāre, regenerāt-, to reproduce : re-, re- + generāre, to beget; see generate.]

re·gen′er·a·ble (-ər-ə-bəl) adj.
re·gen′er·ate·ly adv.
re·gen′er·a′tor n.
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He was no longer the energetic regenerator of his species I had encountered in the morning.
I suppose it was a necessary incident to wisdom in us both; but, some how or other, instead of being actor and regenerator in society, I became a piece of driftwood, and have been floating and eddying about, ever since.
which is the same as Equation 27, except that [[epsilon].sub.PF, i] is written as a function of [[psi].sub.ri] and [r.sub.i], which equals the corresponding heat capacity rate ratio, [C.sub.min]/[C.sub.max], when the specific heats are equal for the regenerator and supply sides, as presented in most textbooks for heat transfer (e.g., Incropera and DeWitt 2005).
In addition, special interface characteristics on both component types, combined with a precision alignment technique, allow the 2R regenerator devices to be assembled without active alignment, which makes the finished component amenable to economic volume production, the company said.
The present work deals with the further experimental study based on a device used to roast molten steel container involving HTAC technology to research into the heat transfer feature of honeycomb heat regenerator.
Henkels & McCoy's role in the multifaceted project includes site engineering, permitting, building erection and interior fit-out of a number of regenerator site buildings between Chicago and Manassas, VA.
The SP units are factory-assembled--incorporating conditioner, regenerator, matching heat exchangers, piping, and wiring--on a single skid and factory tested prior to shipping.
The Caci Skin Regenerator and Non-Surgical Facelift is a double blast for tired faces.
The solution is cycled through a regenerator, removing the moisture and stabilizing density and temperature.
Kathabar's Kathapac 2500FV conditioner dehumidifies plant air and a 6FP regenerator unit regenerates the desiccant in a separate stream to prevent cross contamination.
The Regenerator is a box the size of a large fax machine which can be easily programmed by beauticians to provide a range of safe, effective treatments.
Another important advantage over conventional gas-compression systems is that only the magnetic material in the regenerator bed ever will need to be replaced when changing refrigerant to achieve a different temperature range.

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