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bring back into existence

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create anew and make over

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For example retirement from job or business is an occasion for a person to reinvent himself/herself by setting new goals for life.
The route change continues to support the metaphor that the Ride to REiNVENT is like real estate--faced with a new venue I have spent lots of time planning the new routes, which was especially challenging as CT is very hilly," said Dobens.
The mind must be able to process the fact that change is here and we need to reinvent ourselves.
I think for me as captain the one thing I've learned massively from Paulie and Brian before him is that you don't have to change anything, you don't have to reinvent the wheel.
When people want to reinvent themselves or move forward, they need first and foremost to be brave and know that they can do it.
The results of the first round of grants are being featured at the Reinvent the Toilet Fair on August 14 and 15, 2012 at the foundation's offices in Seattle, Washington.
In this special report, Don't Say Retirement: You Can Reinvent Yourself and Your Career After 50, learn what vibrant women over 50 think are the new ways to redefine retirement.
Reinvent is an expanding incubation house for strategic, creative and passionate entrepreneurial businesses.
A few pages earlier in this issue of PE, Paul Jaggers of Stadco talks about the opportunities to reinvent the vehicle that are being missed through a concentration on the powertrain.
In project management, there's the problem of whether or not to reinvent the wheel.
When you are operating blind and have to reinvent yourself again, I think it is more serious psychologically than in past crises," Frankel noted.
Author Bill Novelli is CEO of AARP and in prime position to observe and comment on all this change: 50+: Igniting a Revolution to Reinvent America is a hard-hitting social observation all general-interest lending collections will want.
When Dulcie's beloved father, the high school janitor in a long line of janitors, fatally mixes 'chemically incompatible' cleaning solutions, her mother drags her to California so they can reinvent themselves.
Manager Mike Scioscia said Colon could be at a point where he might have to reinvent himself as a pitcher.
SOLIHULL MP Lorely Burt has called on Coventry to take a leaf from its own history books and reinvent itself following news the Ryton Peugeot plant is to close.