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retrace

verb copy, go over again, recall, reexamine, regress, reminisce, repeat, return, revert, review, think back upon, trace back, turn back
See also: copy, recall, reexamine, remember, repeat, review
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ANN HAMILTON (artist): This is a quote from the chapter "Submarginalia" that I've been reading recently in Susan Howe's book, The Birth-mark: Unsettling the Wilderness in American Literary History: "Unknownness did your sense of touch re-trace my own nothingness?
I would lie in bed trying to re-trace the journey to the south, village by village.
The app then gives you a way of smart bookmarking your music discoveries, leaving a breadcrumb trail that enables you to re-trace your steps when you go back, so you never lose touch with your musical discoveries.
We wanted to return to the place in this photo to re-trace the footsteps and take his picture in the same location.
The east coast resort will host the start of the first stage on May 1, while the race - whose route will re-trace some sections of that used for the Tour de France - finishes in Leeds on May 3.
Join writer, editor and critic Dr Jasmine Donahaye on horseback to re-trace Caitlin's tracks.
Our reporters have been extremely diligent in explaining exactly what happened, enabling our analysts to re-trace their steps and take action against the child sexual abuse images.
30am, the pleasure boat Daffodil will re-trace the same course the Terra Nova made into harbour before berthing in Cardiff a century ago.
DURHAM University's writer-in-residence, Richard W Hardwick, is calling on local historians to help re-trace St Cuthbert's final journey.
Slow Burma Travel is organising several expeditions to re-trace the footsteps of Orwell in 2012/13 for visitors who want to explore the country's rich culture and literary heritage.
She found she could not get her husband out, and when she tried to re-trace her steps, she could not find her way back out of the apartment.
There's a partition in my Hackney cab so when someone said there was a bag I had to re-trace where I'd been.