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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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Our Chinese customers also want the same," said Brian Harrison from Reprise Hosting.
Cipriano and Cortez also returned to reprise their roles in the first film.
Abondant dans le meme ordre d'idees, le syndicaliste de Samir tout en appelant a la reprise immediate de l'activite de raffinage invite les decideurs a interagir positivement avec ce dossier en entreprenant des mesures permettant d'aplatir tous les obstacles afin de faciliter la reprise de la societe.
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REPRISE: Judi Dench returns to the role of Queen Victoria Produced by the makers of Four Weddings and Notting Hill, there's an abundance of well-heeled folk running about grand houses in a series of comic episodes.
MUMBAI -- Indian cinema is often known to reprise songs of the past for featuring in mega budget movies.
La coalition militaire conduite par l'Arabie saoudite au Yemen a autorise, dimanche dernier, la reprise des vols humanitaires sur l'aeroport international de la capitale Sanaa.
Both David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson the signature chocolate and have agreed to reprise their roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
The tracks are "A Frog Named Sam" (3:29), "When Something's Got You Terribly Blue" (3:33), "Sam Reprise: The Journey Begins" (0:31), "Reading a Book" (2:31), "Sam Reprise: Yee-Haw" (0:17), "My Horse" (2:19), "Macaroni and Cheese" (3:09), "I Got a New Friend" (2:34), "Sam Reprise: Zoom" (0:31), "Race Car" (3:17), "Sam Reprise: Heading Home" (0:15), "Love is a Superpower" (4:08), "The Adventure Song" (2:19), and "Coney Island Crazy" (3:08).
Le premier chef de gouvernement de Ben Ali, Hedi Baccouche a declare dans une interview accordee au journal [beaucoup moins que] Jeune Afrique [beaucoup plus grand que], que la Tunisie n'est pas loin de la faillite et que l'economie du pays est menacee d'effondrement si elle n'est pas rapidement et energiquement reprise en main : [beaucoup moins que] Nous ne sommes pas loin de la faillite.