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ree lern

  • v  learn something again, as after having forgotten or neglected it
    After the accident, he could not walk for months and had to relearn how to walk down stairs

  • America needs to relearn a lost discipline, self-confident relentlessnessand to relearn why human nature has equipped us all with a weapon (abhorred in decent peacetime .
  • Bewildered by what had happened to them, the French people needed time to relearn the lessons they had forgotten.
  • America needs to relearn a lost discipline, self-confident relentlessness--and to relearn why human nature has equipped us all with a weapon (abhorred in decent peacetime societies .
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  • Repeating History or, Why We have a Bill of Rights
    Harvard philosopher George Santayana famously said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” This week I am very afraid that America is doomed to relearn some very painful lessons.
    June 17, 2013 - The Gilmer Mirror
  • Group marks Sandy Hook anniversary in West Chester
    WEST CHESTER - Starr Bright was speaking at church in June 1991 when she was shot in the side at point-blank range. The bullet entered Bright's body, grazed her abdominal organs and ricocheted down her spine, leaving her to relearn how to walk and with constant waves of pain. "I couldn't pick up my children; I couldn't hug my children. I had to really work hard at not flinching when they touched ...
    June 14, 2013 - The Reporter
  • Favorite math apps for kids
    Studies show that students usually have to relearn four to six weeks of classwork at the beginning of every school year . And if there’s anything kids forget, it’s math. With your trusty iPad and a few great apps you can fight off summer brain drain. Stop kids' calculation powers from becoming casualties with these favorites.
    June 12, 2013 - Macworld

  • Pope Benedict XVI in Helium
    Pope Benedict XVI has said this about the scandals, "The church needs to profoundly relearn penitence, accept purification, learn forgiveness, but also justice."
  • George Osborne in The Guardian
    Sadly, with this unavoidable budget we've had to increase taxes,Osborne explained. "We've had to pay the bills of past irresponsibility. We've had to relearn the virtue of financial prudence. But in doing so we have ensured that the burden...
  • Sherrod Brown in International Herald Tribune
    We should have learned this lesson. We did learn it for several decades. We need to relearn it,said Sen. Sherrod Brown, an Ohio Democrat.

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