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- adj. Able to be relived, able to be experienced again.
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Also, I don't really think the 'climactic event' criteria for a relivable life really makes sense.
But his broadcasting career faltered early on when, discussing movies on Mark Radcliffe's programme, Kermode passed out in mid-sentence - a wireless nightmare still relivable on numerous online sites.
Sharable, relivable document of exciting experiences
Also, I don’t really think the ‘climactic event’ criteria for a relivable life really makes sense.