re-embrace

re-embrace

(ˌriːɪmˈbreɪs)
vb (tr)
to embrace again
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Containing many elements styled after or actually made from old airplanes, this culinary experience is meant to bring customers back to their youth and re-embrace the wonders of a child-like imagination once again.
Scholarly debates have primarily employed existing theories of military bureaucracy or culture to explain the army's re-embrace of COIN, but in "Military Realism: The Logic and Limits of Force and Innovation in the U.S.
It highlights the desire to return to the 'home' and perhaps the 'family' of that imaginary world and re-embrace its cast of known protagonists.
Humphrey urged Christian leaders to re-embrace the original gospel and mission of winning the world for Christ.
If Trump wants to dissuade migrants from fleeing their homes, he needs to re-embrace federal policies dating to the Obama administration that emphasise prosperity, security and governance, and get over his obsession with confronting migrants after they've hit the road.
"The only solution to our woes," he concludes, "is for the West to re-embrace the core ideas that made the Miracle possible, not just a set of policies, but as a tribal attachment, a dogmatic commitment." Going tribal can apparently be a good thing.
Leaders who have been urging a re-embrace of multinational organisations and co-operation that have been shunned by Trump, delivered a barely-veiled criticism of his leadership.
The gaudy and shallow vulgarity of the Trump era therefore allows us to re-embrace our superiority and exhibit our social arrogance.
The rush to re-embrace the regime should be tempered by the knowledge that more than 500,000 Syrians, including regime soldiers and supporters, have been killed or are missing and half of the population has been displaced since 2011 when a popular uprising against Assad's rule first began.
The only solution to our woes is for the West to re-embrace the core ideas that made the Miracle possible, not just as a set of policies, but as a tribal attachment, a dogmatic commitment."
Investors have been slow to re-embrace European stocks amid concerns of a contagion effect from Turkey's currency crisis, triggered by worries over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's economic policies and a trade and diplomatic dispute with the United States.
Investors have been slow to re-embrace European stocks amid fears of a fallout from Turkey's currency crisis, triggered by worries over President Erdogan's economic policies and a trade and diplomatic dispute with the United States.