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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rethink.

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  • At this point the whole system needs to be rethought from the bottom up, what is our role as parents and what is our responsiblity to our childern, do we really need to have schools teach things we should be inculcating to our off spring?

    Sound Politics: A Great Education, For $6K Per Annum

  • It brings up a point that I keep meaning to get around to, which is that our notions of heroism may need to be rethought from the ground up.

    Billings Blog

  • It brings up a point that I keep meaning to get around to, which is that our notions of heroism may need to be rethought from the ground up.

    Archive 2003-11-01

  • Brian - Garber is in a perfect position to turn away Paulson's $35 million in franchise fees since Joey Saputo in Montreal has "rethought" his position on paying the franchise fee since Garber told him to toss off when he tried to negotiate a lower fee.

    An open letter to Branch Rickey, III (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The updates on the post show that Apple 'rethought' this.

    Buy an iPrude © and support censorship!

  • So I "rethought" and told her she could rewrite the final paper, but I was not going to just raise her grade without that.

    In which I clean out my mailbox.

  • To take the last part of that first, I'd respond that Blunkett has not merely "rethought" civil liberites, he and Straw before him and Howard before him has set out to dismantle them plain and simple.

    "The Times" and identity cards

  • To take the last part of that first, I'd respond that Blunkett has not merely "rethought" civil liberites, he and Straw before him and Howard before him has set out to dismantle them plain and simple.

    Archive 2004-04-01

  • To take the last part of that first, I'd respond that Blunkett has not merely "rethought" civil liberites, he and Straw before him and Howard before him has set out to dismantle them plain and simple.

    April 2004

  • Those who once thought the market could flourish without the state have either already "rethought", or they cannot think.

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