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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He pointed out that the economic relations between the two countries during the last two decades were good but not extensive due to the economic changes which Bulgaria witnessed, but in light of the current economic reforms which Syria has made it is time to re-explore the available opportunities between the two sides.
Under their TSAs with the MoO, the IOCs including Asian firms (mostly state-owned) are committed to re-explore the fields they have won.
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What prompted Picard-Sioui to revisit or re-explore this sensitive subject?
They will be directed by Tim Albery who returns to Opera North to re-explore the production.
This was not a simple or straight forward matter and any major departure from the original proposals made by Capital & Regional, that were subsequently accepted by the Council in good faith, might require the Council to re-explore new offers from the open market.
In "These Foolish Things" (2004), a weary London doctor ships his old, foul-mouthed father-in-law to Bangalore, India, where he starts to re-explore his youth in a retirement house.
Clay led the artist to re-explore his own body to soothe his uneasiness.
Mad Doctors in Love," the second chapter, does far more than re-explore the oft-examined use of medical doctors as objects of fear.
Even so, saxophonist and composer Bobby Watson is urging educators in Kansas City--a place whose jazz history equals that of New Orleans and New York--to re-explore the city's roots by bringing back band music as a course offering in area public schools.
I'm finding as I re-explore this poem that Barbara Guest taught me to read.
If so, it would make you a very human person, but maybe now you should re-explore your untapped potential.