Reembody

Re`em`bod´y


v. t.1.To embody again.
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strives to reactivate and reembody more distant social/national and archival/cultural memorial structures by reinvesting them with resonant individual and familial forms of mediation and aesthetic expression.
It reproclaimed God's presence so as to get citizens to reinternalise and reembody that re-ordering presence.
Historians since have struggled to reembody Lincoln in the face of this public iconology.