rewin

rewin

(ˌriːˈwɪn)
vb (tr)
to win again
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We want to rewin. We want that building filled, we want our fans to see an exciting brand of hockey.
Loew now has 65 days to plan for the Nations League clash with France, on September 6 in Munich, when the effort to rewin the hearts of supporters begins in earnest.
In this model, as for platform through integrated project, REWIN [28], real-time guarantees in wireless sensor networks, was launched to offer hard real-time guarantees to individual real-time flows over multihop WSN of arbitrary node deployments and arbitrary traffic pattern.
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He urged politicians to assume responsibility to forge consensus, rewin the trust of citizens, and steer Bulgaria in a direction that would guarantee its prosperity.
(14.) The five clan families are Dir, Isaq (or Isaaq), Darod (or Darood), Hawiye, and Rewin. BRONS, supra note 13, at 101-03.
Astronomical health costs end America's race to rewin the future.
Miliband knows he must rewin the economic argument to pin the cuts on Cameron & Con Co.