refind


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refind

(riːˈfaɪnd)
vb (tr)
to find again
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Modern players have no off season due to the wrap around format, so maybe he needs two or three months away to recharge and refind his Mojo.
But after following his opening 79 with a 74 to miss the cut at the US PGA, the American will take a week off before trying to refind his form.
Clive Black, retail analyst at Shore Capital, said: "Mr Norman is a formidable appointment who, alongside Steve Rowe, means that there are two very strong characters at the helm of a once great British label that is trying to refind its purpose and relevance to the British shopper to profitable effect.
He's our player and hopefully he can refind his confidence playing more games.
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.
Refind grains, soft drinks, and red meat may lead to depression.
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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Stevenage needed to shrug off the double blow and refind their form, and George Boyd stepped up.