reliving


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a recurrence of a prior experience

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Decked out in vintage-themed decor, from classic archive photos and historic memorabilia, the essence of the night was reliving the one-of-a-kind journey that the alumni had embarked upon during their university days.
It was a bit emotional reading through it, reliving 16 of the happiest years of my lifeJulie Hesmondhalgh
He said that he had to tell the truth which he didn't earlier and reliving over a decade later was hard.
It is available in local bookshops, includes, press cuttings, memoirs and photographs reliving the tragedy and its aftermath.
As previously mentioned, reliving Tiger's moments at the Masters is a fun feature.
In Unknown Soldiers: Reliving World War II in Europe (Protean Press 978-0-9625780-3-8) Gar-land the author of more than twenty books tells the GI's story of life on the front where every day was another chance to be killed.
As a meticulously researched and comprehensive study, Reliving Golgotha perceives the ancient and unbroken imitation of the execution of Jesus in an original way, beginning the examination of the Iztapalapan pageant within the historical setting of European passion plays originating in the Christian millennium and extending to the end of the fifteenth century.
Using dramatic photographs and video clips, Alan will be reliving his dangerous and gruelling exploits.
A prison in the Nazi camps during the war, Frankl's development of logotherapy--a form of psychotherapy encouraging patients to look to the future rather than reliving traumas of the past--was to serve as a key to recovery and finding meaning in lives destroyed during the war.
The text suggests ways of reliving Edison's scientific explorations; e.
They found that reliving or re-imagining changed the client's view of reality concerning the grieving and therefore, the guided imagery part of the treatment was essential (Melges & DeMaso, 1980).
They spent yesterday at home watching their holiday video and news bulletins, and reliving their dramatic escape.
This technique focuses on reliving the trauma through imagination, addressing distorted beliefs about the trauma, and learning ways to relax.
It is a rainy afternoon in late April and the artistic director of San Francisco Ballet, Helgi Tomasson, 61, is standing in the center of the largest studio in the SFB building, quietly reliving in his body the male solo from George Balanchine's Divertimento From "Le Baiser de la fee" (The Fairy's Kiss).
Reliving the memories of her life really brought us close together.