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  • verb Alternative spelling of reëmbrace.

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Examples

  • Perhaps this Mother's Day, we might re-embrace the spirit of the day as Julia Ward Howe intended it, to reflect not only on our own mothers, and what they mean to us, but the experience we share with mothers throughout the world, and what we might do to ensure that the sacrifices they face are the same kinds of sacrifices we lovingly and willfully embrace.

    Christy Turlington: Sacrifices of Motherhood

  • Perhaps this Mother's Day, we might re-embrace the spirit of the day as Julia Ward Howe intended it, to reflect not only on our own mothers, and what they mean to us, but the experience we share with mothers throughout the world, and what we might do to ensure that the sacrifices they face are the same kinds of sacrifices we lovingly and willfully embrace.

    Christy Turlington: Sacrifices of Motherhood

  • Reboot, a non-profit organization that aims to reinvent Jewish rituals and traditions, developed the National Day of Unplugging NDU to encourage young, hyper-connected, and frequently frantic people of all backgrounds to re-embrace the ancient beauty of a day of rest.

    Tanya Schevitz: Missed Connection: Take a Digital Detox

  • Perhaps this Mother's Day, we might re-embrace the spirit of the day as Julia Ward Howe intended it, to reflect not only on our own mothers, and what they mean to us, but the experience we share with mothers throughout the world, and what we might do to ensure that the sacrifices they face are the same kinds of sacrifices we lovingly and willfully embrace.

    Christy Turlington: Sacrifices of Motherhood

  • Reboot, a non-profit organization that aims to reinvent Jewish rituals and traditions, developed the National Day of Unplugging NDU to encourage young, hyper-connected, and frequently frantic people of all backgrounds to re-embrace the ancient beauty of a day of rest.

    Tanya Schevitz: Missed Connection: Take a Digital Detox

  • Yasser Arafat, arguably the father of modern terrorism, was honored with an award in 1994, only to re-embrace jihad shortly thereafter as the better path to peace.

    Let's Contemplate Some Nobel Peace Prize Absurdities

  • Reboot, a non-profit organization that aims to reinvent Jewish rituals and traditions, developed the National Day of Unplugging NDU to encourage young, hyper-connected, and frequently frantic people of all backgrounds to re-embrace the ancient beauty of a day of rest.

    Tanya Schevitz: Missed Connection: Take a Digital Detox

  • The AKP's recent history shows that majority or near-majority popular support leads Islamist parties and illiberal political movements to re-embrace their authoritarian antecedents.

    Turkish Lessons for the Arab Spring

  • Reboot, a non-profit organization that aims to reinvent Jewish rituals and traditions, developed the National Day of Unplugging NDU to encourage young, hyper-connected, and frequently frantic people of all backgrounds to re-embrace the ancient beauty of a day of rest.

    Tanya Schevitz: Missed Connection: Take a Digital Detox

  • Perhaps this Mother's Day, we might re-embrace the spirit of the day as Julia Ward Howe intended it, to reflect not only on our own mothers, and what they mean to us, but the experience we share with mothers throughout the world, and what we might do to ensure that the sacrifices they face are the same kinds of sacrifices we lovingly and willfully embrace.

    Christy Turlington: Sacrifices of Motherhood

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