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  • v  read anew; read again

  • Lev Grossman and Richard Lacayo, our book critics, reread many of the classics and discovered a few that they had never had a chance to read.
  • Still, on Monday, Mauskopf's spokesperson stood by the strong language: "All I would say to you is reread the complaint, and it's clear from what these defendants have said .
  • He joined the staff of PTI in 1935, and began his researches in Hawthorne in 1939 when, at the beginning of the war in Europe, he picked up Hawthorne's Our Old Home and reread it .
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  • Torture is always wrong, illegal
    Recently, I reread George Orwell’s “1984.” Part 3 contains a relevant dialogue between the protagonist, Winston, and the antagonist, O’Brien. At the time, O’Brien is torturing Winston.
    June 8, 2013 - The Journal News
Quotes

  • Mitt Romney in FOXNews
    At a campaign event shortly after the Virginia Tech shootings, Romney said his first response "was to pick up my Bible and reread the account of the murder of Abel by his brother" and reflect on the nature of evil.
  • Edward Kennedy in San Diego Union Tribune
    I think the vice president ought to reread the Constitution,said Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass.
  • Ken Blackwell in Washington Post
    Chairman Steele needs to reread the Bible, the US Constitution and the 2008 GOP Platform,Blackwell said. "He then needs to get to work or get out of the way."

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