Meaning of RENEWAL in English

RENEWAL

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

urban renewal

an urban renewal program

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

due

Supply agreements with key customers which are due for renewal shortly after the intended completion date.

Although tramway traffic was still increasing in 1930 much of the equipment was due for renewal .

Unkiar-Skelessi had been due for renewal anyway.

We recommend all our members to seek quotations in advance of their home policies falling due for renewal .

national

But only an enlightened few saw this as a symbol of national renewal .

We believed in the idea of national catastrophe, of national renewal , of political renaissance.

Of course, it could not come without national repentance and renewal on a grand scale.

spiritual

It would be for her a retreat, a spiritual renewal .

Building anew on the old sacred texts, these innovations brought a spiritual renewal to every major faith.

Why is it that no movement of spiritual renewal has ever lasted longer than the third generation?

One of his greatest pleasures came from the landscapes of the Lake District, a life-long source of spiritual renewal .

He has a passion to bring spiritual renewal to the whole island.

Today, it continues its ministry of spiritual renewal of the church, attracting both clergy and laymen from home and abroad.

Today, one of the fundamental Church requirements of the Religious Life is the call to continual spiritual renewal .

urban

An important issue associated with urban renewal concerned the locus of program control.

The techniques of urban renewal remained to be filled in with regard to housing design and layout.

Critics point out the neighborhood had been living under the threat of condemnation for 10 years, while urban renewal was debated.

The urban renewal administrative process drew considerable criticism because it was so long and encumbered with red tape.

In 1968 the neighborhood development program was initiated by Congress, providing an alternative approach to large-scale urban renewal .

During the 1960s, neighborhoods fought against the urban renewal schemes dreamed up by professional city planners.

The year was 1967, and urban renewal was abroad in the land.

■ NOUN

date

If the Society does not receive an application for renewal by the renewal date the Society may cancel that person's registration.

No more worries about overrunning renewal dates .

notice

If you wish to take advantage of this discount, do not pay the premium shown on your renewal notice .

Neither of us had our renewal notices .

If they apply to you, your new premium will be shown on the enclosed renewal notice .

program

His urban renewal program amounted to a stack full of charts and blueprints.

For others, Urbank was only a re-invention of the discredited urban renewal program .

project

Citizen involvement began in 1972 to coincide with the approval of a large urban renewal project .

As of 1973, 723 communities had active renewal projects .

In many cities these agencies were established as semiautonomous bodies with substantial authority for planning and executing a renewal project .

■ VERB

bring

Building anew on the old sacred texts, these innovations brought a spiritual renewal to every major faith.

Only a new myth, he predicted, which could bring it new spiritual resources could bring renewal of life and hope.

He has a passion to bring spiritual renewal to the whole island.

Secondly, the challenge to the Church to bring about a renewal of society.

Thirdly, the fact that each of us has a responsibility to be involved in bringing about that renewal .

come

When Checkland's contract came up for renewal , it was renewed only for a token year.

As a result, all four networks are expected to bid aggressively when those rights come up for renewal later this year.

In fact, Sykes's fellowship comes up for renewal at Christmas, and the word is he won't get it.

Contracts are coming up for renewal for 9, 000 projects containing 684, 000 apartments.

The auction house decided to withdraw from the sale when its December 1990 contract with Lord Northampton came up for renewal .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Although urban renewal efforts are under way, century-old buildings often are vacant and boarded.

But only an enlightened few saw this as a symbol of national renewal .

Chartwell is offering to rebate half of its renewal commission to clients-£3,144 in the case of one investor.

In fact, Sykes's fellowship comes up for renewal at Christmas, and the word is he won't get it.

Some have a vivid and excited sense of life and renewal .

That afternoon the passport was delivered to the Soviet Embassy for renewal on an emergency application.

We've already paid the ordinary renewal fee, but do you think we should also have libel slander and officials indemnity?

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