refind


Related to refind: refit

refind

(riːˈfaɪnd)
vb (tr)
to find again
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He's our player and hopefully he can refind his confidence playing more games.
But the French coach warned that Rafa Nadal will refind his best form in time for Roland Garros.
The Archbishop of Wales calls 2014 an "especially bleak" year so tomorrow's the perfect chance to refind the light and celebrate our Christmas spirit.
ANOTHER round of milk price cuts has angered a sector that was just starting to refind its feet.
But she went wide as she flew over the final bump and could not refind her rhythm in time through the swinging gates to the finish area.
3's aim is to refind his old, free-flowing swing so he can compete against another superstar who has returned to the top of the world - Tiger Woods.
England look a big price at 11-8 to win at home, but given that we are taking on trust that they refind an attacking spark, the more speculative price about a Wales-England double result appeals more.
On the way they fall out, consider ending it all in an alligator swamp and refind their love of hallucinogenic drugs.
The technology then builds a personalized software model that automatically tags newly found data, enabling analysts to later refind that needed intelligence using metadata, content, or context at time of storage.
We do not ask them to follow what has been meaningful to us, but that they help us refind and remake our own faith.
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