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This is only one of several insights that Reliving Golgotha will offer all new scholarship in this area in the years to come.
Grief-resolution therapy: Reliving, revising, and revisiting.
SAFE NOW: Firoz and Jenny Khan with children Kieran, Karley and Keeley have been reliving their holiday nightmare through their videos.
Likewise, JKV resident volunteers discovered that by sharing and reliving their past experiences with these future physicians, they have gained a deeper appreciation of the lives they have led.
They want to do everything they can to assist the police, despite the prospect of reliving their terrible ordeal.
Her voice restrained, even detached, despite the terror of her tale, she expresses no interest in reliving the incident, in imparting the drama of final moments, but, rather, gives a measured and factual account to guide the viewer from one site to the next.
By vote of its state-appointed Board last week, the California Independent System Operator Corporation (CAISO) has decided that California should risk reliving the electricity service disaster that plagued the state in 2000 and 2001.
Tyne and Wear Lord Lieutenant Nigel Sherlock said: We''re going to be reliving the six decades of Her Majesty''s reign, from the 1950s to the present day, with an fantastic programme of music, song and dance.
As Wales' football manager John Toshack prepares for two Euro 2008 qualifiers, his former classmates will be reliving their schools days.
The Game of their Lives'': Reliving American's 1-0 win over England in the opening round of the 1950 World Cup - aka, the Miracle on Grass - it didn't get much of a run in the theaters from those who avoid soccer at all costs.
I loved reliving the exciting tales that I had grown up with many years ago as I listened to this fine semi-voiced reading by Raymond Todd.
Graham Ashby revealed that he had a sleepless night the previous evening as he was reliving the magical shot which he played to topple the International Open champion Les Gillett and his Banbury Borough club mate Alan Prew in the quarter-finals.
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