Definitions

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  • verb To engage again.

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Examples

  • A Torah that asserts the sanctity of life, the dignity of human beings, the beauty of the world and teaches us through stories, and precepts how to elevate our lives and to re-engage the world.

    Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson: High Holidays and the Gifts One Generation Gives The Next

  • Mr. Kim said in an interview published by the Russian news agency Itar-Tass on Wednesday that his country was ready to re-engage in the six-party process.

    U.S., North Korea Plan Talks on Disarmament

  • But a program in Philadelphia is working to re-engage students to come back to school, earn a diploma and even go on to college - schools that cater to students who have dropped back in.

    Drop-In Program Gives Drop-Outs a Second Chance

  • They might even have to re-engage their founders' conviction that the world isn't flat, as neoliberals think, but that it has abysses, and that students need a civic faith strong enough to plumb them and face the demons in them and in high places.

    Jim Sleeper: Why Yale Fumbled Its Quarterback's Rhodes Scholarship Pass

  • In her article, "Rise of The Digital Natives" for The Nation last month, Laurie Penny wrote, "The generation that was supposed to be made listless and apathetic by technology -- the kids who were supposedly staring vacantly into virtual worlds in lonely bedrooms -- are instead using technology to re-engage with current in an era when the very principles of power are being rewritten on terms not wholly in the control of nation-states."

    Andrew Lenoir: Dissent and the Digital Natives

  • Or (2) step on the Republic victory with a series of new appointments designed to re-engage business leaders and do a better job on the messaging and communications front.

    Election 2010: Results and analysis with The Post's Robert G. Kaiser

  • And so I think this creates a real challenge for Obama because on the one hand, he needs to re-engage his younger supporters, African-Americans.

    A Review Of The Midterm Elections

  • And so I think this creates a real challenge for Obama because on the one hand, he needs to re-engage his younger supporters, African-Americans.

    A Review Of The Midterm Elections

  • Or (2) step on the Republic victory with a series of new appointments designed to re-engage business leaders and do a better job on the messaging and communications front.

    Election 2010: Results and analysis with The Post's Robert G. Kaiser

  • In her article, "Rise of The Digital Natives" for The Nation last month, Laurie Penny wrote, "The generation that was supposed to be made listless and apathetic by technology -- the kids who were supposedly staring vacantly into virtual worlds in lonely bedrooms -- are instead using technology to re-engage with current in an era when the very principles of power are being rewritten on terms not wholly in the control of nation-states."

    Andrew Lenoir: Dissent and the Digital Natives

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