renewedly

re·new·ed·ly

 (rĭ-no͞o′ĭd-lē, -nyo͞o′-)
adv.
Over again; anew.
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renewedly

(rɪˈnjuːdlɪ)
adv
in a renewed fashion
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In this work, M-S equations are renewedly surveyed in local composition point of view, to meet a multicomponent mass transfer problem just by binary diffusivities and other binary parameters available.
be renewedly Qualified in their respective Services" so they may "in Truth & Integrity of Heart be able to Stretch the line of Discipline on every Transgresser." Her call for Quaker leaders to be "renewedly Qualified" suggests a procedural innovation, an institutional reform that she believes must accompany genuine spiritual renewal.
That there may be a People in that place covered with True Zeal for God as with a Cloak: under which Divine Covering, both Ministers and Elders may from Time to Time be renewedly Qualified in their respective Services, and in Truth & Integrity of Heart may be able to Stretch the line of Discipline on every Transgresser.