rediscovery


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the act of discovering again

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Critique: Exceptionally well written, impressively informative, exceptionally well organized and presented, "Midlife Maze: A Map to Recovery and Rediscovery after Loss" is as thoughtful and thought-provoking as it is inspired and inspiring.
The exhibit was described as a visual feast that not only invites the audience to acknowledge and appreciate the beauty of cultures, but celebrate the rediscovery of cultural heritage as an inspiration for creators in all fields.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 30, 2016-Five Star reports Bridge to Rediscovery programme in the Gardens of Bellaire, Texas
Aartsvader van de moderne kunst in 2006, this volume examines the rediscovery of El Greco and the role of nationalism and the emergence of modern art in it.
The rediscovery of Shelley's Poetical Essay On The Existing State Of Things caused a wave of excitement a decade ago but this literary gem has only been seen by a handful of scholars.
This collection is striking in the way each individual piece feels essential to the whole, allowing for discovery, rediscovery, and the crafting of a new home for the soul.
Special initiatives, such as the Ghost River Rediscovery Project, will give students an opportunity to undertake a nine-day journey exploring the link between First Nations culture and nature.
A PRODUCTION of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird is coming to Dublin following the rediscovery of its author's novel Go Set A Watchman.
This past November, Carmen, Chile's oldest winery, released a new Carmenere to mark the 20th anniversary of Carmenere's rediscovery. Indeed, for years, the Carmenere grape was mistakenly thought to be Merlot, which it closely resembles, and many people believed Carmenere had simply died out.
Digging for Richard III: The Search for the Lost King comes from a British archaeologist and journalist who here uses a five-act story to chart Richard III's reign, demise, and rediscovery after years of study, and offers the first complete saga of a quest for Richard III's remains and the truth about one of the most disputed monarchs in British history.
In a field crowded with neglected reputations this is a man and a story whose rediscovery is genuinely warranted.
A rediscovery, a reconstruction, a "mystery" Orlando?
Due to open in September next year, the new exhibition will outline the story of the 7th century hoard from its creation and original use to its rediscovery and conservation.
The rediscovery of Jewish Christianity; from Toland to Baur.
Last year's album, described as "an enjoyable process of rediscovery" takes in well-loved tracks made famous by the likes of Nat King Cole, Edith Piaf, Bonnie Raitt, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Peggy Lee and The Eagles as well as some of his own music.