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  1. visit again
    We revisited Rome after 25 years
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How To Use revisit In A Sentence

  • It seems that creator Bruno Heller is interested in revisiting the series as a theatrical film. HBO’s Rome to be Resurrected As A Film? | /Film
  • And I-- I use the word revisit; in fact, it was in -- in many instances, it was visiting it for the first time. The Inextinguishable Symphony
  • If the government doesn't accept the recommendation to build a new reactor, the other options to secure a long-term isotope supply will have to be revisited, the report said. Dose.ca Music briefs
  • Chanterelles grow in flushes, so revisit likely spots.
  • We're revisiting the venue to qualm any fears about its suitability.
  • Fifteen years later when I revisited the issue, I was still perturbed.
  • If no single system or solution works best, it is time, in this age of digital reproduction, to revisit the options for original collections.
  • It was always obvious that Brown, whose coronation is secure, would contest the middle ground, and this must mean revisiting welfare reform Archive 2007-03-04
  • In this programme she revisits them to hear about the emotional ups and downs and complications of interracial adoption. Times, Sunday Times
  • We seem to visit and revisit places for the reasons the original inhabitants settled there.
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