to draw on my own experience of growing up here and re-experience
how it felt to be a child again.
Its flashbacks force the person to re-experience
the trauma again and again.
Individuals undergoing a cognitive interview may be asked to recall their senses in order to provide a mental reinstatement to re-experience
the crime in a safe environment.
According to the exhibition's press release, the ultimate aim of Unseen Views is to "inspire and activate the reader-viewer toward a detachment from his everyday bland image of his city, and force him to tour, to discover and re-experience
the city in a different light."
"When working on (her book) Buried Memories, I had to allow myself to re-experience
It's impossible to go back to the late '70s and early '80s, become children again, unlearn all that we have learned about starships, planets, aliens or exotic creatures so we can re-experience
the wonder of seeing it all for the first time.
We will re-experience
the journey the song took from here on, and with it enter a number of different worlds: The sophisticated and artistic social circle of the Habsburg empire, the flamboyance of Berlin in the 1920s, the high-gloss of Hollywood of the 40s and 50s, working-class Liverpool in the 60s - and global football fan culture."
Wouldn't it be great to re-experience
the Wii version of Punch-Out with the improved technology?
Her own complicity in the cruelty of her friends is revealed to her by being forced to re-experience
it, and she attempts to change that.
Woollett and Thomson  dwell on such intersections by asking why it is that those who experience violence early in life are likely to repeat and re-experience
it; and why it is so difficult to change this trajectory.
"Comic Book Fever: A Celebration of Comics: 1976-1986" is a trip back in time to re-experience
those epic stories, and feel the heat of Comic Book Fever once again!
Thus, there's the tendency to get that super high feeling to re-experience
that ultimate pleasure, so the cycle begins.'