- v. To launch again.
- n. A subsequent launch.
“I don't think Ed M actually used the word relaunch - but I think the general consensus among the press was that was what it was something like his eighth in the last year?”
“As boring and disinteresting as I found Battle for the Cowl and all of the associated one shots, I must say that the relaunch is pretty strong.”
“If the relaunch is successful, MySpace may still become the cultural powerhouse MTV was in the 1990s, when its decision to play a new music video could turn a band's fortunes overnight.”
“A relaunch is where you take the idea, you put some new stars and special effects and ideas into it, and you go at it again.”
“No matter how your league handles the Clemens situation, the real issue surrounding the Rocket's relaunch is how well he'll perform this season in Yankees pinstripes.”
“It will be fun to discuss the great films everyone loves, and the truly awful we all lament, but one of the things I’m most looking forward to with Scene-Stealers relaunch is having fun debating and discussing the countless films which fall somewhere in the middle.”
“The Event had no momentum in the first half of the season, but the long shutdown didn't help — and the relaunch was a dismal failure.”
“We're confident that this relaunch will be the one to gain Labour an historic fourth term in office, with Gordon Brown as our exalted Leader".”
“Bloomberg Businessweek The relaunch is a cornerstone of Bloomberg's fledgling campaign to broaden its audience and sources for its empire, which also includes a news service, TV channel and Web site.”
“Uptown executives say the relaunch is a return to Vibe's original ambitions after having recently narrowed its focus to hip-hop music.”
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