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  • verb Alternative spelling of reexpress.

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Examples

  • This conformity can mute personal expression as one tends to "re-express" other emotions from other musicians, themselves being considered 'artists' by the cognoscenti.

    Mike Ragogna: Glen Campbell's "Ghost On The Canvas" Video, Plus Chatting with Miles Español's Bob Belden

  • This conformity can mute personal expression as one tends to "re-express" other emotions from other musicians, themselves being considered 'artists' by the cognoscenti.

    Mike Ragogna: Glen Campbell's "Ghost On The Canvas" Video, Plus Chatting with Miles Español's Bob Belden

  • And if we say that we can find a way of interpreting the message, interpretation involves judgment on our part - about what is central and what is simply cultural, and about how to re-express what we believe is central today.

    Quote of the Day (Eric Reitan)

  • It is another to figure out how if at all one can bridge the gap and appreciate the message expressed in the context of that ancient worldview, and perhaps even re-express its meaning for our time.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • It is another to figure out how if at all one can bridge the gap and appreciate the message expressed in the context of that ancient worldview, and perhaps even re-express its meaning for our time.

    The Bible as Science Fiction

  • It is useful to re-express the 90-day interest rate in real terms based on inflation forecasts.

    Inflationary India

  • It is not disputable that by publishing The Waste Land when he did, Eliot caught something of the zeitgeist and enthralled those who needed borrowed words and concepts to capture or re-express the desolation of Europe after 1918.

    A Breath of Dust

  • It is not disputable that by publishing The Waste Land when he did, Eliot caught something of the zeitgeist and enthralled those who needed borrowed words and concepts to capture or re-express the desolation of Europe after 1918.

    A Breath of Dust

  • If you think their hyperbole is masking a deeper sentiment, challenge them to re-express their views without the bombast.

    My Current Thoughts on the Duke Rape Case

  • _Tithonus_ are expressive in themselves, apart from their meaning, of the weariness in the thoughts of the hero, and so serve to re-express and enforce the mood of those thoughts.

    The Principles of Aesthetics

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