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  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t., v.i Re-embrace rē-em-brās′ to embrace again.
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In literature:

As I re-entered, my father came across the room and embraced me.
"The Caxtons, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Retaining still his prepossessions in favour of a military life, he cheerfully embraced this opportunity of re-entering the army.
"The Life of George Washington, Vol. 2 (of 5)" by John Marshall
He has been, so to speak, re-discovered and embraced as a guide and a prophet.
"Heart and Soul" by Victor Mapes (AKA Maveric Post)
Mademoiselle Sambucco you're a model aunt; embrace me!
"The Man With The Broken Ear" by Edmond About
The faithless morning smiled: he takes his leave, 1043 To re-embrace, in ecstasies, at eve.
"Young's Night Thoughts" by Edward Young
They recalled her for a moment from her purpose, but this purpose was speedily re-embraced.
"Ormond, Volume I (of 3)" by Charles Brockden Brown
And I hear occasionally that you're about to embrace the ministry.
"The Main Chance" by Meredith Nicholson
I re-embrace dearest Peg and I do so want some demonstration of what Aleck is doing.
"The Letters of Henry James, Vol. II" by Henry James
Bill, with a shriek, frantically re-embraced the leg.
"The Walking Delegate" by Leroy Scott

In poetry:

The bulky town recedes from view;
I meet with bows, and how-d'ye do.
Miss Rain and I each other chase;
We're often found in close embrace;
Though fair without, and pure within,
"I duna like her tuch ma skin."
"A Day" by William Hutton

In news:

Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are.
We're hoping people will embrace it.
Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are.
Cambodians are re-embracing their culinary traditions—dormant for years following the Khmer Rouge regime—at upscale restaurants including Villa Khmer (No 21B St 294.
Does Darryl Drake still want everyone to "embrace'' the Bears' receiving corps just because "they're ours'' and that's not going to change.
Americans re-embrace Japanese cars, lifting sales.
" Brides today want their wedding to be a reflection of their personality -- they're no longer embracing tradition for tradition's sake," said Nicole Sewall, the managing director of BHLDN, Anthropologie's bridal and special occasion brand.
We're seeing it more and more: Designers of green homes are embracing home technologies like home control and automation systems.
Americans Need to Re- embrace Sacrifice.
Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP We're one country, and I love how this photo shows that: President Barack Obama embracing Donna Vanzant on a tour of a New Jersey neighborhood hit by Superstorm Sandy.
"I've needed to learn to embrace the physical play because we're going to see it a lot," Stewart said.
Americans Need to Re-embrace Sacrifice.
In light of the recent passing of lighting designer Chris Parry, we're compiling thoughts from friends, colleagues, and family to post here and share with the production community that so embraced and admired his work.
They're really a series of ideas embraced by a person or a group of people who believe those ideas offer the best solutions to various challenges of the current time.
Officials in Washington, DC, Columbia and elsewhere are scrambling to figure out just how to embrace the Affordable Care Act now that President Barack Obama has been re-elected.

In science:

From a general perspective, that embraces all kinds of waves, the physics of reflection is well understood: mismatched impedances generate the reflected and transmitted waves, while the application of the proper boundary conditions at the discontinuity provides the corresponding amplitude coefficients1 .
Constructing Fresnel reflection coefficients by ruler and compass
The database community has clearly embraced the challenge of “linked data at unprecedented scale” as reflected by new research on graph or no-schema databases, as well as different distributed models.
A Case for a Global Information Network