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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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For evidence that the world has become a smaller place, one need only re-trace the path taken by Joe Zhou over the past decade.
According to the Washington Post, the snatch squad conducted most of its communications via nonsecure cellphones, permitting the Italians to re-trace all of their movements.
To this end, Pippin (1999) encourages us to be self-reflective, to "re-trace" our roots, because ultimately all we have is an "infinity of traces" to knowing ourselves with/in our southern heritage; those traces, those cracks in our own psyches and personal ethical narratives, provide multiple openings into an apocalyptic South whose signs, seals, and symbols disclose the "multiple meanings of privilege, oppression, and violence" (pp.
The families of Holly and Jessica stayed out of the way to avoid the horror of having to watch the two child actresses re-trace the missing girls' last steps before they vanished last Sunday.
But if the right results don't turn up on the computer screen and they ask for help at this point, re-trace the steps you have already covered in the class presentation or in the handout to get them back on track.
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 Gospel artiste pinpointed that it is not too late for all the Gospel artistes in Nigeria to re-trace their steps back to delivering gospel songs filled with the default spiritual ingredients and be a vessel of evangelism especially now that the country is in dire need of God's intervention.
The historical geography of Anatolia as a topic of investigation began with European visitors in the nineteenth century, who were usually trying to reconstruct or re-trace the footsteps of the classical authors that formed the foundation of European education at that time.
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.