v. t.1.To center again; to restore to the center.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The season of Lent is another opportunity for us to recenter our lives by helping those who are most in need,' Tagle said in a statement.
Dan, also an EMT, relies on his team to recenter himself.
Sucking on the mint invited me to slow down, recenter, and tap into the courage within me.
The last few years have brought a flurry of works intended to recenter psychedelic drugs as life-enhancing therapies.
Small and simple projects like these can provide opportunities for students to recenter, feel a sense of accomplishment, and enjoy the sensory pleasures of stitching.
The medical elements of the story aren't entirely sound, but the intrigue created through the revelation that Gabi's medication has only been harming her helps recenter the story.
Lewis attempted to recenter the vehicle in the lane, causing the front drivers side to collide with the tip of an old mine gate.
Every time I look through a big Dobsonian at a star party, chances are the scope is equipped with a premium ultra-wide-angle ocular with a 100[degrees] apparent field of view or more, allowing me to drink in the view for a long period before having to recenter the view.
Students can also use the space to take a 15-minute break to recenter and reconnect, Carillo says.
Williams's rendering of the materialist forces that led to 1807, 1831, and 1833 was roundly attacked by a train of historians who sought to recenter the abolition story.
Magellan's discovery of Tierra del Fuego in 1520 was taken by Schoner as confirmation of the existence of the circum-antarctic continent, which he called the TERRA AVSTRALIS recenter inventa sed nondumplene cognita (Terra Australis, recently discovered but not yet fully known).