MEND


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AcronymDefinition
MENDMine Environment Neutral Drainage (MMS Canada)
MENDMommies Enduring Neonatal Death (Coppell, TX Christian support group)
MENDMiddle East Nonviolence and Democracy
MENDMedicine in Need (Cambridge, MA)
MENDMedical Education for National Defense
MENDMassive Economic Neighborhood Development
MENDMultimedia Enhancement Network Device
MENDMovement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta
MENDMedicare Enhancement for Needed Drugs Act
MENDMobile Equipment National Database (UK)
References in classic literature ?
Amy stirred and sighed in her sleep, and as if eager to begin at once to mend her fault, l Jo looked up with an expression on her face which it had never worn before.
Bildad, thou used to be good at sharpening a lance, mend that pen, will ye.
Marianne continued to mend every day, and the brilliant cheerfulness of Mrs.
Bud yah're a nowt, and it's no use talking - yah'll niver mend o'yer ill ways, but goa raight to t' divil, like yer mother afore ye
Then, in a distant, Missionary way he asked them certain questions - as why little Joe had that hole in his frill: who said, Pa, Flopson was going to mend it when she had time - and how little Fanny came by that whitlow: who said, Pa, Millers was going to poultice it when she didn't forget.
Eh, if it wasn't a sin to the lads to wish 'em made different, bless 'em, I should ha' been glad for one of 'em to be a little gell; and to think as I could ha' taught her to scour, and mend, and the knitting, and everything.
I would mend the tire, having attended ambulance classes, do it very quietly so that she wouldn't hear, like the fairy cobblers who used to mend people's boots while they slept, and then wait in ambush to watch the effect upon her when she awoke.
Thou canst not mend that shot, Locksley,'' said the Prince, with an insulting smile.
You will mend your ways if you have any sense left," said Agatha remorselessly.
Even the honest hands must have caught the infection, for there was not one man aboard to mend another.
After three years expectation that things would mend, I accepted an advantageous offer from Captain William Prichard, master of the Antelope, who was making a voyage to the South Sea.
But he was very busy now, for he had to cook and mend, besides getting food, for there was no one to help him.