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reprise

Music
the repeating of an earlier theme

reprise

In masonry, the return of a molding in an internal angle.
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Meanwhile, more guest stars are scheduled to reprise their roles in the revived "Will & Grace" series.
All of us here at Reprise Hosting are thrilled to celebrate five years in business and five years of continual growth," said Brian Harrison of Reprise Hosting.
Ces efforts ont ete couronnes par la conclusion d'un accord stipulant la reprise des echanges commerciaux dans les prochains jours, en plus de la relance des projets bloques dans la region dont le demarrage des travaux d'amenagement de la zone industrielle avant la fin de ce mois et autres decisions au profit des familles des martyrs.
Reprise speeds the loan-modification and short-sale process via advanced workflow automation, data validation and analytics, dynamic document generation and consumer-direct communication tools.
Noth revealed he has big plans for his character when he does reprise his role.
That was back in the day when Reprise actors carried scripts on stage and production value like sets and lighting were minimal.
That the dubious gun served as Abramovic's main prop only heightened the complicated triangulation of the original event, its record, and its reprise.
Scientists have yet to determine whether rats that show activity reprises during slow-wave sleep actually display improved memory for the novel items.
But when Wilco delivered YHF to the Warner-owned Reprise.
Such restarting ictal motor behaviors, known as the reprise phenomenon, were overwhelmingly associated with nonepileptic spells in a retrospective review of 256 patients, Dr.
A reprise phenomenon occurred in 2% of patients with an epileptic seizure and in 33% of patients with nonepileptic spells.
Almost all of the musicians Jacobs assembled in Basel will reprise their parts in Berkeley, as well.