reimmerse

reimmerse

(ˌriːɪˈmɜːs)
vb (tr)
to immerse again
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To learn to read Dutch, and almost certainly also to reimmerse himself in a sort of learning to which his pre-American education had habituated him, he read Theodore Pigeaud's Javaanse Volksvertoningen (1938).
Once I can clear some time to reimmerse myself in it, I can probably finish it in a few months.
Their charism consisted in the ability to reimmerse themselves, beyond everything that convention might dictate, in a 'contemporaneity' with the Gospel so as to bequeath the legacy of their intimate experience to their spiritual children.
But a few years ago, just north of forty and wondering whether his unmarried, childless state pointed to arrested development of some sort, Gilsdorf--a Boston-based teacher and journalist--decided to reimmerse himself in the fantasy world to figure out why it meant so much to so many, and why he had never been able to fully let it go.
Chesterton), someone whose skill with words makes you greedy so that you read too much, too quickly--you will have to go back and reimmerse yourself after the self-indulgent rush in order to benefit fully from the process.
Dartmouth College President James Wright has announced he will step down next year to spend more time working to help wounded veterans go to college and to reimmerse himself in his academic field, American political history.
Connerley, whose consular experience includes having been immigrant visa chief in Moscow, said he wants to help the Bureau of Consular Affairs address the passport backlog and also reimmerse himself in the consular work that began his Foreign Service career in the early 1990s.
In this sense, music transforms the mythic Ursprung into a fantastic Ur-sprung: at the moment when the artist strains to reimmerse himself in the abysmal waters of the origin, music allows an estranging leap through which the (un)ground of memory is dis-closed as a magical web of relations.
On the other, the stress by some intellectuals on the inviolable continuity of German Kultur and of the Kultur nation rather suggested that Nazism had not seriously perturbed the course of German history; all the Germans needed to do to shake off its undesirable legacy was reimmerse themselves in the values of Weimar Classicism.
Hence the swing to theory (Deconstruction's 'questioning' leading to the silliest notions), history (as if a few quotes could reimmerse us in its flow), art (Minimalism, Conceptualism, Arte Povera, or whatever, as evasions of relevance), spurious scenarios or process (whether using rational methods to irrational ends, or methodologies and research findings played out passively to novel ends).
But,like others,Matt believes Lee has little motivation to reimmerse himself in a music industry he so clearly despises:he's still receiving royalties for There She Goes,has a large family and football club to fill his time and enjoys a mystique which grows with every year of inactivity.
Mawr, The Rainbow or Lady Chatterley's Lover stems from "acts of attention" to the surrounding life-world, acts that reimmerse consciousness in Being.