recircle

recircle

(riːˈsɜːkəl)
vb (intr)
to circle again
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" She continued, In that process, we co-founded Recircle which made us more conscious than ever to make sustainable choices.
This led to an interesting conversation and something that Wasma Imran and Mahin Khan co-founders of Recircle.life, the first registered company that manufactures and sells menstrual cups and eco-friendly products brought up during talks at universities and colleges.
The leaders said the decision to adopt ANN as a political platform to contest for power in 2019 was based on findings that majority of Nigerians were overwhelmed by the reckless pursuit of self-serving and exploitative political class that had continued to recircle themselves.
A statement from the airport said: "Safety procedures in place identified a vehicle on the airfield and as a practical measure the incoming aircraft was asked to go around (recircle before landing)."
This way hundreds of observers' counts from around the world will be intercompared to track what the shower is doing, hopefully for many days running as night circles and recircles the globe.
Again, the wheel recircles towards an escalating demand for intelligibility, and the higher the degree of tolerance (given the lack of criteria for discourse), the greater the demand on intelligibility.
The story recircles back upon itself, but maybe it won't.