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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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She herself is a curer who possesses five soul-familiars.
On ne prend jamais ou presque le soin de curer la cavite ou encore de compacter le bitume pour lui donner plus d'adherence au sol.
I extend my thanks to colleagues at the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, particularly to Mgr Juan Usma Gomez and Fr Antony Curer, for providing me with a copy of this essential text.
After his time in the institution he held a number of menial jobs, working on the land, then as a fish curer before entering the mines both locally and in Wales.
The curer would ask the man to call the names of the women he had sex with.
People sang, danced and rubbed him with a pungent herb lest he turn into a lion; but this was 'curing' the curer, not the sick, to prevent fatal spirit possession.
Neem is well known as "the curer of all ailments" for its diverse medicinal, insecticidal and anti-bacterial properties that are commonly used in many consumer products.
Al-Qardawi, is a supplication that goes: "O, Allah, God of people, cure us and you are the curer, there is no cure but yours, a cure that does not leave behind any ailment.
In India, Kali is the goddess of the pox as well as its curer.
BEFORE COOKING 2 cups white beans, such us cannellini, Greet Northern, navy, or Peruano Water to curer the beans Pick over the beans and discard any small stones or broken beans.
This is an example of the cookie curer analogy--the short three-year appointment was the same for the original appointees to these three offices.
Denhay, which started producing bacon in 1994, is the first bacon curer to receive the warrant, which it will hold for a period of five years.