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  • He recharted the course ... he brought Giles in at the perfect moment, made Anya a fuzzy demon and showed the crew how Xander could redeem himself by saving the world.

    Roy Sheider's Wacky Course Corrections

  • A mere eighteen months later, in early 1997, the course of the society had been recharted away from its insular focus, and its teachings were finally available to the masses via the Web.

    THE OFFICIAL ROCK PAPER SCISSORS STRATEGY GUIDE

  • A mere eighteen months later, in early 1997, the course of the society had been recharted away from its insular focus, and its teachings were finally available to the masses via the Web.

    THE OFFICIAL ROCK PAPER SCISSORS STRATEGY GUIDE

  • These young men have recharted their futures and found that instead of feeling alienated by society, they are now valued for the contributions they are making to society.

    President In Presenting Arts And Humanities Awards

  • I've recharted her probable course and that of the cyclone.

    Out of the Primitive

  • Grammy Award-winning album "Back to Black", which first hit the top spot in 2007, dislodged fellow soul diva Adele's 21 from the summit while Winehouse's debut release, "Frank", also recharted at number five.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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