from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To win again or anew.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To win again, or win back.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To win a second time; win back.
I can haz rewa…rewin….elebenty munnies fur doin tihs?
Early rumors emerged about a zombie army or Quentin trying to rewin the war, but these were dismissed when producers said “Quentin is more of a terrorist upset about the outcome of the war not someone trying to fight and rewin it.”
Yes | No | Report from Visitor wrote 1 year 10 weeks ago well i think that we get enough recognition, if we got anymore wouldnt that rewin the sport, the streams would be crouded and the gear would get more expensive becaus eof the damand, and in 13 and im having a hard time geting what i need with birthday money!
Early rumors emerged about a zombie army or Quentin trying to rewin the war, but these were dismissed when producers said Quentin is more of a terrorist upset about the outcome of the war not someone trying to fight and rewin it.
The great challenge to Jews in power is to recognize a reality in the Middle East that goes against the ideology of mainstream American Jewry, the Israel lobby, and most of the money that helped Lieberman rewin his seat: Palestinians have been too long denied the right to self-determination.
He'd have a right to access to his lawyer, access to his family, access to preparing his defense case and some fear, though, access to a bit of a platform to relaunch a campaign -- not that it would be successful -- to rewin the hearts and minds of the Iraqi people.
He referred the army to the neglect which it had received at the hands of former governments, and promised that the soldiery of France should rewin its ancient renown.
In three of those cases, Democrats went on to rewin the presidency. 1968 was the exception, because Humphrey and Wallace split the Democratic vote.
Corporate efforts to rewin control of the shop floor were aided by the UAW national leadership, which focused its energies on company-wide monetary and fringe benefit contract improvements, and by the eruption of Cold War political conflicts within Local 600, which discredited Communist-led militancy and facilitated the accommodation of the local to the UAW's more orthodox brand of unionism in the late 1950s.
Munster to rewin the Heino and Cork to bate the Cats in de Hurling in Sept at Croker and THATS a perfect year not forgetting the footballers winning an all ireland too
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