rejuvenation

(from the article `geomorphic cycle`) ...called a peneplain, with an elevation near sea level. The cycle could be interrupted by uplift during any period of the life cycle and thus ... ...bedrock is composed of flat-lying sedimentary rocks, regional uplift creates high-standing plateaus and simultaneously reinvigorates the erosive ... ...
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rejuvenation

[n] - the phenomenon of vitality and freshness being restored 2. [n] - the act of restoring to a more youthful condition
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Rejuvenation

• (n.) Rejuvenescence.
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rejuvenation

noun the act of restoring to a more youthful condition
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Rejuvenation

[aging] Rejuvenation is a medical discipline focused on the practical reversal of the aging process. Rejuvenation is distinct from life extension. Life extension strategies often study the causes of aging and try to oppose those causes in order to slow aging. Rejuvenation is the reversal of aging and thus requires a different strategy, name...
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Rejuvenation

[lighting and hardware] Rejuvenation is an American manufacturer and direct marketer of light fixtures and hardware. The company builds most of their lighting in Portland, Oregon. Williams-Sonoma acquired the company in November 2011. ==History== Rejuvenation began in 1977 as an architectural salvage shop in a former saloon in North Portlan...
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Rejuvenation

[river] A river is said to be rejuvenated when the base level that it is flowing down to is lowered. This can happen for various reasons. ==Signs== Rejuvenated terrains usually have complex landscapes because remnants of older landforms are locally preserved. Parts of floodplains may be preserved as terraces along the downcutting stream cha...
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Rejuvenation

Re·ju`ve·na'tion noun Rejuvenescence.
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rejuvenation

becoming young in nature or appearance 
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rejuvenation

In earth science, the renewal of a river's powers of downward erosion. It may be caused by a fall in sea level or a rise in land level, by climate change, by changes in vegetation cover (deforestation), or by the increase in water flow that results when one river captures another (river capture). Several river features are formed by rejuvenatio...
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rejuvenation

rejuvenation 1. The act of restoring to a more youthful condition. 2. The phenomenon of vitality and freshness being restored to a person, a situation, or condition.
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rejuvenation

Renewed stream erosion, generally as the result of uplift. Generates features of youthful topography on a landscape that was previously worn down to a base level.
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