rehabilitating in English
Use "rehabilitating" in a sentence
1. Physiotherapy is part of rehabilitating accident victims.
2. Yet the problems of rehabilitating the largely elderly resident hospital populations remained unsolved.
3. 4 million labor days building or rehabilitating 10,000 kilometers of roads.
4. Rehabilitating a pulled hamstring, Karros has yet to run in a game.
5. The website states that she supports a system of rehabilitating offenders and reintegrating them into society.
6. The average cost of rehabilitating a seal after Valdez oil spill in Alaska was $ 000.
7. That, he said, suggests better opportunities for diagnosing nerve damage, and better chances for rehabilitating injured patients.
8. Ashley's plans to tie your wedding into rehabilitating our corporate image is a very good one.
9. 13 The invention relates to a substitute material for rehabilitating articular cartilage and a preparation method thereof.
10. 11 As a physiotherapist, Roebuck knew how painful, demanding and difficult the recovery period and rehabilitating process would be.
11. Dinghy sailing can be exhilarating and exhausting, exciting and relaxing, competitive and rehabilitating - all at the same time.
12. As a physiotherapist, Roebuck knew how painful, demanding and difficult the recovery period and rehabilitating process would be.
13. Nixon devoted his two decades on the sidelines to rehabilitating his professional reputation with ponderous books and interviews about foreign policy.
14. Eric Karros, slowly rehabilitating his pulled left hamstring, took more than a dozen at-bats in two minor-league games on Wednesday.
15. Among the costs mentioned by the OECD Guidelines on Principles relating to Accidental Pollution are costs such as those involved in rehabilitating the polluted environment
16. Among the costs mentioned by the OECD Guidelines on Principles relating to Accidental Pollution are costs such as those involved in rehabilitating the polluted environment.
17. Walking with poles is good exercise for everyone, but particularly for those with early-to-advanced degenerative joint disease or those rehabilitating from knee surgery (J. Richard Steadman).
18. This can be done by setting up an additional capacity of 12 lakh tonnes and revamping a capacity of 8 lakh tonnes by rehabilitating some of the closed and sick cold storages .
19. Concerned about the continued establishment of Israeli checkpoints in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and the transformation of several of these checkpoints into structures akin to permanent border crossings inside the Occupied Palestinian Territory, which are severely impairing the territorial contiguity of the Territory and severely undermining all efforts and aid aimed at rehabilitating and developing the Palestinian economy,