Renewal

[parliamentary procedure] Renewal is the act of bringing up again a motion that has already been disposed of by the deliberative assembly. Generally, the assembly cannot be asked to decide the same, or substantially the same, question as one it has already decided in the same session ==History== The underlying principle behind the non-renew...
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Renewal

Continuance of coverage for a new policy term.
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renewal

[n] - the act of renewing
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Renewal

You are granted a particular time frame in which to conduct business as a franchisee in your initial Franchise Agreement.  The franchise agreement should also state the terms and conditions to renew that business relationship.  Renewal is the resigning of a Franchise Agreement after the initial or subsequent terms of the franchise expires.
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Renewal

The process for extending an existing subscription order. First time renewals are often called “conversions� or “sensitive renewals�; second time renewals are often called “semi-sensitive renewals�; and third and subsequent time renewals are often called “firm renewals� or “pure renewals� (see ...
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Renewal

Re·new'al (- a l) noun The act of renewing, or the state of being renewed; as, the renewal of a treaty.
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renewal

rehabilitation noun the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
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Renewal

• (n.) The act of renewing, or the state of being renewed; as, the renewal of a treaty.
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renewal

(from the article `nature worship`) ...deified `virgin of the fire.` Extinguishing and rekindling of fire at the inauguration of a prince points to the idea of a spirit of the princes ... ...potencies of the earth depleted by the harvest and to ensure thereby the continued regeneration of the crop. Thus, it is one of many sacr...
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Renewal

Placement of a day order identical to one not completed on the previous day.
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Renewal

Referring to general equities, renewing, or replacing an expired day order with an identical on the next day. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Renewal

[magazine] Renewal is a British left-wing political magazine, published in London, England, by Lawrence and Wishart. Renewal was founded in 1993 as the journal of the Labour Coordinating Committee in the wake of the Labour Party`s fourth successive election defeat. It established itself as an influential forum for debate among Labour Party ...
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Renewal

Subscription that has been renewed prior to or at expiration time or within six months thereafter.
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Renewal

(n) Renewal is the extension of time or period of its existence to a future date of any agreement, lease, coverage, protection, services, contracts by maintaining the existing arrangements.
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renewal

n. keeping an existing arrangement in force for an additional period of time, such as a lease, a promissory note, insurance policy or any other contract. Renewal usually requires a writing or some action which evidences the new term.
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Renewal

At the end of a mortgage term, the mortgage may "roll over" on new terms and conditions acceptable to both the lender and the borrower. This is known as renewing a mortgage. Otherwise, the lender is entitled to be repaid in full. In this case, the borrower may seek alternative financing.
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Renewal

Extend the term on the original lease.
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Renewal

[religion] Renewal is the collective term for Charismatic, pentecostal and neo-charismatic churches.{citation needed|date=January 2010} == Neo-charismatic churches == The neo-charismatic denominations have more than a million members in China,.{citation needed|date=December 2010} In Vietnam the Montagnard Evangelical Church is one of the la...
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Renewal

[Transnistria] Renewal or Renovation (Russian: Обновление or Obnovleniye), is a political party in Transnistria. Since the legislative elections of 2005 it is the majority party in the Transnistrian Parliament. It was founded as a political NGO in 2000 and campaigned under its current name in the 27 March 2005 local council electi...
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Renewal

Placement of a day order identical to one not completed on the previous day.
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Renewal

Keeping an existing agreement in force for an additional period of time, such as a lease, a promissory note, insurance policy, or any other contract. Renewal usually requires a writing or some action which evidences the new term.
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