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  • verb Present participle of reconceive.

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Examples

  • Although Labour couldn't resist making cheaper fuel for middle England its pre-budget rallying call, in a recent speech to the Resolution Foundation on the cost of living crisis of the so-called squeezed middle, Ed Miliband grappled with reconceiving the income gap.

    Budget 2011: time to halt the advance of the filthy rich

  • A growing number of companies known for their hard-nosed approach to business -- such as GE, Google, IBM, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Nestlé, Unilever, and Wal-Mart -- have already embarked on important efforts to create shared value by reconceiving the intersection between society and corporate performance.

    Michael E. Porter: The Big Idea: Creating Shared Value

  • That's absolutely a preferable option to reconceiving the actual Guests of Honor to primarily act as devices to draw memberships.

    MIND MELD: What Can Worldcon and Comic-Con Learn From Each Other?

  • Rather than relying on past achievements, they are reconceiving how they approach the future.

    Let's look at all the evidence from top educators abroad

  • A growing number of companies known for their hard-nosed approach to business -- such as GE, Google, IBM, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Nestlé, Unilever, and Wal-Mart -- have already embarked on important efforts to create shared value by reconceiving the intersection between society and corporate performance.

    Michael E. Porter: The Big Idea: Creating Shared Value

  • Yet on Tuesday, at Mr Miliband's urging and as part of a wider reconceiving of the party, the same group of MPs voted decisively to scrap them altogether.

    Labour party: Shadows of the past | Editorial

  • A growing number of companies known for their hard-nosed approach to business -- such as GE, Google, IBM, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Nestlé, Unilever, and Wal-Mart -- have already embarked on important efforts to create shared value by reconceiving the intersection between society and corporate performance.

    Michael E. Porter: The Big Idea: Creating Shared Value

  • The young artist (he was only 26 at the time) challenges his iconic predecessor by reconceiving the radical and the unprecedented manner in which Vel zquez had visually engaged the viewer as an active participant in the palace scene.

    A Unique Meeting Of Two Masterpieces

  • Professionally: reconceiving my book project and making some real headway on its revision.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Professionally: reconceiving my book project and making some real headway on its revision.

    Ferule & Fescue

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