“Time with people you enjoy and love, to refresh and reconnect is essential to our well being. by”
“Instead, Obama sought to "reconnect" - as his handlers put it - with the American people by adopting a tone aimed at showing he too feels the public's "pain.”
“However, despite the fact all computers seem to connect to the zoom router okay via wifi, the iPod Touch seems to drop its connection every few seconds and then reconnect, which is really annoying.”
“The map was only to demonstrate different possibilities, and even on it, there were only 3 E-W streets and 2 N-S that 'reconnect' through the park. chrisf”
“Kinda of a dopey way to 'reconnect' with the world right outside my front door, but it keeps me from climbing the walls and wallowing in self pity, but allows plenty of room for PWA: "personal work avoidance.”
“So Obama seeks to "reconnect" with young people, with African-Americans, with Latinos, and with women.”
“The most common complaint is the call to "reconnect" with a deceased loved one.”
“I thought it was sad that women who had had extraordinary careers at GS didn't have a way to stay connected to the women who were climbing the ranks at the firm - that is why I founded 85 Broads - to "reconnect" women who were at the firm to women who had left but who were passionate about helping GS women succeed.”
“Since these voters, almost be definition, would be the most politically active it's also not obvious that a primary system would do much to "reconnect" the average voter to politics.”
“A State Department spokesperson explained before the trip that Clinton hoped to "reconnect" the U.S. with Europe and the Middle East in an effort to consolidate "some of this enormous political goodwill on both sides of the Atlantic, harnessing it to a common agenda -- not an American agenda, but a common transatlantic agenda.”
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