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new blood

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnew bloodnew bloodNEWnew members of a group or organization who will bring new ideas and be full of energy What we need in this company is some new blood. new
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new bloodAfter its membership halved in the past year, leaving mainly diehard right-wingers behind, the party now desperately needs new blood.Then our heart rate climbs, steadily, until our ears are gulping on the new blood.They seem to be expecting everyone over 50 to step aside and make way for new blood.The Treasury, where two ministers were election casualties, receives an infusion of new blood.The system has resulted in new blood coming into the television industry.It got some new blood in here.They give you new blood plasma.After that, a simple change to a new blood pressure medication solved the problem for good.The new blood testing exercise will cost up to five thousand pounds.Every election brings a supply of new blood to the legislature.If the underlying cause persists, however, then a suffocating blanket of activated lymphocytes surrounds every new blood vessel.
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