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  • noun Alternative spelling of re-encounter.
  • verb Alternative spelling of re-encounter.

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Examples

  • For Vite, a fantastic reencounter occurs when two people meet each other and then begin to really see each other - to look into each other's hearts, the cores of their beings - and perceive something in each other that goes beyond this present life.

    Labor of love: the photographs of Edna Vite

  • For Vite, a fantastic reencounter occurs when two people meet each other and then begin to really see each other - to look into each other's hearts, the cores of their beings - and perceive something in each other that goes beyond this present life.

    Labor of love: the photographs of Edna Vite

  • It was wonderful to reencounter characters such as Hazel, Bigwig, Keehar, Silver, Holly or Fiver.

    Tales from Watership Down"by Richard Adams (and giveaways!)

  • In 1978, Pat was featured on the British television show This Is Your Life, in which famous celebrities unexpectedly reencounter their past.

    Storyteller

  • I know how intensely I used to love certain books or movies or songs, and I get a nostalgic thrill when I reencounter them, but I can't feel that original feeling.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • I know how intensely I used to love certain books or movies or songs, and I get a nostalgic thrill when I reencounter them, but I can't feel that original feeling.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • (A message of love and fantasy, a glance full of light and magic that has captured the part of us which pertains to innocence, love, the pure desire to be part of the entire universe; of all that exists; a reminder of who we are, a call to our souls to awake from the material dream, to look inside ourselves; and to be part of this fantastic reencounter).

    Labor of love: the photographs of Edna Vite

  • (A message of love and fantasy, a glance full of light and magic that has captured the part of us which pertains to innocence, love, the pure desire to be part of the entire universe; of all that exists; a reminder of who we are, a call to our souls to awake from the material dream, to look inside ourselves; and to be part of this fantastic reencounter).

    Labor of love: the photographs of Edna Vite

  • The reencounter with this part of his past transformed him.

    Mark Twain

  • On this reencounter he recovered his boyhood affection for her, rediscovering the “wonderfully winning woman, with her gentle simplicity & her never-failing goodness of heart & yearning interest in all creatures & their smallest joys & sorrows.”

    Mark Twain

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