reacquaintance


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reacquaintance

(ˌriːəˈkweɪntəns)
n
formal renewed acquaintance of a person or thing
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This office party could've been a reacquaintance party.
Carrying on the reacquaintance theme, a very familiar label came to my attention in the form of the Martini logo.
A reacquaintance with Nietzsche, more particularly with his concept of a comprehensive will to power, confirmed Heidegger's assumption that a blind power laid at the base of modern thought.
The exhibit 'Homecoming: Works from Dumangas' is a welcome reacquaintance to the work of visual artist Rock Drilon.
Also, the crew of Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot is filming in the park; however, I understand them as more Eden-getters, pursuing a missing link to a prophecy of our reacquaintance with a world lost.
I drew both tags, so my reacquaintance with western whitetails was going to be a two-part hunt.
WHEN Jurgen Klopp sat before the expectant press for the first time as Liverpool manager, it felt like mere reacquaintance with an old friend, rather than a fresh introduction.
to/1mRW163) the historically accurate sequel to that first book, detailed Paul Barrett's own service time in the war, his subsequent reacquaintance to the normal world, and related the horrifying tale of the murderous stalker psychopath who destroyed his young marriage.
was the final day of a 2,100-mile adventure and a reacquaintance with
Given the growing sum that separates the pair in the prize-money column, another weekend of Henderson reverses and Nicholls success could tip the championship odds in Nicholls' favour for the first time this season, especially since today will also mark racing's reacquaintance with the seemingly invincible Big Buck's, as potent a reminder of the talent residing at Manor Farm as any other.
It can also be seen in the numerous gaps in the narrative such as Onegin's lengthy travels after his duel and before his reacquaintance with Tatiana, and of course the end of the novel which breaks off just as Tatiana's husband enters after the fateful conversation between her and Onegin.
Armed with our reacquaintance with graphs, we shall return to elaborate on an example of the use of definition to extend a notion along a logical imperative.