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reconceptualisation

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  • noun Alternative spelling of reconceptualization.

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Examples

  • Not only does this crisis call for fundamental rethinking and reconceptualisation on the part of the theorists of the North.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Not only does this crisis call for fundamental rethinking and reconceptualisation on the part of the theorists of the North.

    Address by President Nelson Mandela on Receiving and Honorary Doctorate from Harvard University

  • Going out through door six and without the warders 'knowledge meant a total reconceptualisation of our escape plans.

    Chapter 12 - Stage One

  • The White House's new plan is a reconceptualisation that replaces a Bush-era plan for a missile shield, which irked the Kremlin which saw it as directed against Russia.

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  • Logowatch Holistic brand reconceptualisation has come to Symbian, or more accurately The Symbian Foundation, as the administrative rump of the British mobile software company is now known.

    The Register

  • "Not only does this crisis call for fundamental rethinking and reconceptualisation on the part of the theorists of the North.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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