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Synonyms for relive

experience again, often in the imagination


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Spectrum have released the UK DVD of the Rugby World Cup 2015 encounter, with fans able to relive the agony and ecstasy of a pulsating match at Twickenham.
We would all like to be able to quickly find our photo as we remember a moment - at the swipe of a finger - and relive it on any screen, or print it to hold.
At the event, the two stars also unveiled a book titled Aditya Chopra Relives Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge by Nasreen Munni Kabir.
Yep, you're heading back to where it all began in three classic PS2 hits - all crammed on to one portable title - where you'll relive the lock and loading of countless crazy weapons and groovy gadgets, now showing off your skills on the hunt for oodles of achievements and trophies.
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TRIBUTE SHOW: Theatregoers can relive the steamy performances from the film
US President Barack Obama hammered Republicans on Saturday over their newly unveiled campaign agenda, calling the opposition party's economic ideas "an echo of a disastrous decade we can't afford to relive.
It is not uncommon to experience or relive a multilevel experience in which spontaneous regressions take place.
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ISLAMABAD, September 16, 2009 (Frontier Star ): Federal Minister for Food & Agriculture Nazar Muhammad Gondal has emphasized that the incumbent Government was committed to relive the masses from prevailing commodity crisis and scarcity of sugar.
Probably not, but relive gaming days of old with Space Invaders online.
In this study, religion is performance in which the process of reenactment permits the faithful to relive and revisit all that is sacred.
Upcoming electronic field trips will delve into the science of speed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and visit the Manzanar War Relocation Center to relive the experience of interred Japanese Americans.
If the prosecutor knew Foxx was innocent, why force her to hire and pay for a lawyer, explain and relive the horror of the abuse visited on her by her husband, make her visualize and relive the day of the shooting, and cause her to live with the dread of a possible murder charge looming over her head for months?
1 Dodger-blue ``Dad'' T-shirt, Michael Rachford of Westchester got to relive a fond memory with his children Steve, 22, and Lynn, 24.