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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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Speaking from Antarctica, Ben Saunders said: "I've always known it's a journey that sits at the very limits of human endurance - hence my fascination and ambition to retrace and celebrate it.
Dan Cruickshank retraces the pioneering cinematographer's route through the UK.
In it we see archival images, books on top of tables, and old newspaper articles through which we can retrace the true and unfortunate history of Le Klint, a Danish designer who created lamps of folded paper from the '40s through the '60s but was dispossessed of her work and even her identity: When at eighteen she gave her father the right to use her name in creating a family design business and opening a chain of Le Klint boutiques, she did not realize that she had just privatized her name--in short, conceded it forever to the logic of capital.
Retracing Marco Polo is the travelogue of a modern family's journey to retrace Marco Polo's route to China.
Mr Wilson, who lives in Coleshill, said: 'I shall retrace the second part of Leslie's march from Bremen to Lubeck, on the Baltic.
When you get stumped with the sketching part, simply retrace your verbal steps and figure out another way to say what's in your head.
The existing literature both on Titian's portraits and on Aretino's criticism is extensive, and it is perhaps inevitable that much of Freedman's book, despite its novel angle, should retrace familiar territory.
Turn back and retrace steps to Parsons Hill and either turn left and retrace back to start, or turn right.
However, as the kiwi-dollar continues to mark lower lows, with daily RSI holding at 66, the pair may continue to retrace the advance from earlier this week as the economic docket for the following week is expected to show a 0.
She and a friend decided to retrace the steps her father took to help others escape from Poland and the Ukraine.
Three years ago, a group of Philadelphia-based graduate students led by Smith decided to retrace Stromer's tracks.
Guests will retrace the steps of previous visitors who disappeared.