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  • v  familiarize anew
    We reacquainted ourselves with this technique

  • Isolated for much of the past three years, the President needs to reacquaint himself with the American people.
  • Now, Vietnamese are getting the chance to reacquaint themselves with Nhat Hanh.
  • During a trip to Japan last year, I had eaten a not insignificant number of these pastries, and I relished the opportunity to reacquaint myself with their virtues.
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  • Benoît Tréluyer: In search of serenity
    Last Sunday provided drivers with their only opportunity to reacquaint themselves with the Circuit de la Sarthe ahead of the world’s biggest motor race later this month. While the whims of the weather made this refresher course a little trickier than necessary, reigning double winner Benoît Tréluyer, along with Audi Sport team-mates André Lotterer and Marcel Fässler, was in relaxed ... Keep ...
    June 13, 2013 - Motorsport.com
Quotes

  • Dan Bartlett in FOXNews
    With twin, 3-year-old boys and another son born in January, Bartlett said it was time to pursue a new chapter of his life and "reacquaint myself with my family."
  • Justin Vaughan in CricInfo.com
    Many key selection decisions need to be made in the short-term before John has had an opportunity to view many of the New Zealand player pool,Vaughan said. "We felt he would be best to reacquaint himself with the players in New Zealand...
  • Stephen Harper in CBC.ca
    The royal tour gave Canadians, and Canadian youth in particular, an opportunity to reacquaint themselves with their traditions, history and institutions - core elements, one and all, of our Canadian identity,Harper said in a statement.

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