re-explore


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re-explore

(ˌriːɪkˈsplɔː)
vb (tr)
to explore again
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Verb1.re-explore - explore anew; "We need to re-explore Colonialism"
explore, research, search - inquire into; "the students had to research the history of the Second World War for their history project"; "He searched for information on his relatives on the web"; "Scientists are exploring the nature of consciousness"
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That is why I have to practice at once after a 20-hour flight from New York and re-explore the music.
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A savory preparation would have been the obvious choice, but I wanted to re-explore a concept we had previously done at Town House.
On Tuesday, Abbott had publicly spruiked his own conservative election manifesto, and on Thursday he had called on the government to re-explore the idea of nuclear submarines.
This study attempts to re-explore major determinants of rural-urban migration in Punjab (Pakistan), using the relatively advanced econometric technique for primary data.
4bn to re-explore and develop AMG's oil and gas fields, linked to China by pipeline (see Part 3 in omt6KazkhExprt8Aug16 and its profile above).
For this reason, I believe we should re-explore some basic revenue producing ideas that may be new to some and old-hat to others.
When dealing with bad names, bad designs, and sloppy practices, the organization spends far greater resources to relearn, re-explore, and redo the shortsighted techniques of the past for accomplishing even small fixes.
Re-explore the Makati Central Business District with a stay at Discovery Primea.
If the Orientalists had wiped out the Muslim memory they would actually have done us a great service, he said, because this would allow us to re-explore and rewrite our history from a scientific perspective.
opportunities to question, explore and re-explore," said Dr Al Khaili.