revisualization

revisualization

(ˌriːvɪzjʊəlaɪˈzeɪʃən; ˌriːvɪʒʊəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

revisualisation

n
the act of visualizing or picturing something again
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The revisualization establishes relationships between commanders at different echelons.
These two techniques are called "desensitizing" and "positive revisualization."
Revisualization by MRI, repeated at the 18th month, detected resolved effusion with clinical stability (Figure 4).
If there is any meaning for the symbol that Amitav Ghosh has selected for his novel, The Glass Palace - that is the meaning - the revisualization.
Orrico inscribed eight large circles, each a revisualization of the geometric form known as an epicycloid.
In this white paper, the authors argue that the structural transformation of schools will necessitate a rethinking of each of the variables in the teacher career continuum and a revisualization of multiple career continua for different kinds of teachers.
In short, Thomas's "nature-mysticism" and Jeffers's pantheism were, in large part, similar sentiments--not the landscape of "the visible world as such but man's transcendent revisualization of it," something that exists "beyond the merely visible" and is realized as "divine immanence" (Zaller 80).
On the way up, Peregrine was profitable at $150 million--which leads to the first step of revisualization: making the company profitable at $150 million on the way down.
Have students visualize the item they/kit (Revisualization).
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