re-encounter


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re-encounter

(ˌriːɪnˈkaʊntə)
vb (tr)
to encounter again
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But upon a chance re-encounter in a club back in Manila, where class boundaries re-emerge, Eric dismisses any memory of knowing his one-time lover/nurse.
Recertification replay: For borrowers who successfully enroll in an income-based repayment plan, they may re-encounter the same obstacles each year since they need to certify their income and family size annually in order to keep an income-driven payment.
NOT having heard the City of Birmingham Choir for some time I was pleasantly surprised to re-encounter such a wonderful homogeneity of tone from all four vocal sections, and the lightness of touch with which this huge corpus delivers (despite some heads firmly ensconced in their scores).
This Year of Mercy is a time for Catholics to re-encounter God's rahmah through our own Scriptures and tradition, but also through the religion of our Muslim brothers and sisters.
Beginning with "His password is the townland he was born in," French works this sixteen line, four stanza piece toward taking the long view of history and a broad view of the world-wide web as somewhere else to re-encounter the human quest.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- If the new group in charge of economic policy that is expected to replace the current team after the upcoming general election adopts growth-based policies, Turkey may re-encounter risks seen in the past, global rating agency Fitch has said, in a reference to recent debates between ruling party deputies and the central bank over its interest rate policy that have recently pushed the Turkish lira to record lows against the US dollar.
To re-encounter these books as adults is not only to relive the stories they tell, but also to remember what it was to be a child - to feel at the same time still-not-quite-grown-up-yet but also nostalgic for the lost state of childhood.
It weaves its way from Vietnam and the codification of its immediate lessons in the 1970s, to the re-encounter with irregular challenges in Central American in the 1980s, and then to the peace operations of the 1990s, and their relationship to the Army's counterinsurgency legacy.
In some cases, we re-encounter artistic accomplishments that are difficult to surpass and it is good, necessary even, that they are constantly available.
On their first re-encounter with the saltiness cue in the new appetite state, their brain systems became activated and the rats instantly jumped on and nibbled the saltiness cue as though it were the sugar cue.