(1) On Tuesday a European commission spokesman, Olivier Bailly, said that after independence Scotland would have to apply to join the EU afresh.
(2) "Without a new vision for the network, closures will start afresh when these subsidies stop," says a county council policy paper.
(3) A: Having looked at this afresh over the last few months, three things clearly determine what happens in terms of who gets to universities.
(4) Some barriers are temporary, but others will linger as the consequences of the 42-year-old’s decision to leave Liberia for Texas to start afresh with the woman he loved and a son he hardly knew.
(5) The young people that one speaks to,” she writes, “they’re agog that you spent a day on a bus with Beyoncé, they’re thrilled that you had an encounter with Eminem, they think it’s absolutely insane that you met Madonna.” “Just all those freedoms,” says Patterson, marvelling afresh.
(6) In a speech today, on ThursdayMiliband will urge voters to look afresh at Labour's critique of the chancellor's public spending cuts.
(7) But we must be prepared to start afresh with a new mindset and be prepared to do things differently."
(8) Fabio had a go with the so called stars of the "best league in the world" (TM), now scrap the worst of the overpaid underachievers and start afresh.
(9) It is not surprising, given this difficult working environment, that many humanitarian actors and donors might be tempted to focus their efforts on the South, start afresh and build a more healthy relationship with local authorities.
(10) He has told the stories many times before, but does so again with an intensity that makes it seem as though he is remembering them afresh.
(11) If I had been able to eradicate the sense of loss, if I had been able to reboot my brain and start afresh, I might have been happy to be alone.
(12) They hear what they’re saying, we get more air time under the Representation of the People’s Act, our vote tends to go up during general election campaigns and I think people will look at Nick afresh.” Davey made clear that the Lib Dems would fight the election campaign as the party entrenched in the centre ground of politics.
(13) Yet perhaps in some ways they need to be re-asserted and discussed afresh.
(14) She soon hopes to be seriously challenging at the back end of majors and is looking forward to starting afresh in Melbourne next month, in contrast to last year when she damaged ankle ligaments playing football and dropped to 129th in the world.
(15) It is true that Labour has its rearming tendency, unapologetic for the past and energised afresh by hatred for the Tory tribe.
(16) Ben Bowling, professor of criminology at King's College London , says that 46 years after Norwell Roberts joined the Met, becoming Britain's first black police officer , it may be necessary to look at the whole matter afresh.
(17) Alderman had encouraged companies to cut such US-style plea bargains as a way of admitting their corruption and starting afresh while avoiding a long and costly court case.
(18) I am hopeful that under Corbyn, Labour will be prepared to look afresh at important questions of fairness in education – and will lead calls for an end to selection.
(19) Customer cases will be considered afresh in light of all relevant evidence including new evidence that emerged during the trial.
(20) It's an opportunity to think afresh and respond in a more agile way, rather than just buying more chairs."
(adv.) Over again; another time; in a new form; afresh; as, to arm anew; to create anew.
(1) Abbado sees this as meaning that music is both destroyed and redeemed by its temporality: it exists and is extinguished in a moment, but has the endless possibility of being created anew in time.
(2) After day 8, the number of cells expressing macrophage-specific phenotypes gradually decreased, cell adhesion was weakened, and at the same time, DNA synthesis was initiated anew.
(3) And the worry is that manufacturing employment will head down anew unless activity picks up in the near term.
(4) They form PAR anew when alloantigen is added or upon confrontation with anti-RS serum.
(5) One section from each of the embedded amino acid conjugates and from a brain protein-glutaraldehyde conjugate (without amino acid) were piled on top of each other and embedded anew.
(6) Whereas 97% of osteogenic sarcomas occurring in patients younger than 21 years arise anew, without any pre-existent osseous disease, in this study's older population, sarcomas were more frequently (56%) secondary to other bony conditions, such as Paget's disease, or followed irradiation.
(7) It's an RBI base hit out of the five hole - Victorino scores, and we begin anew.
(8) A reduction of antibody titre was established after changing from conventional to highly-purified monocomponent insulin preparation and anew elevation of titre with the resumed treatment with non-purified insulin forms according to special ways.
(9) Now it falls to us to act with the same sense of purpose and pragmatism as an earlier generation, to join with friends and partners to lead the world anew.
(10) As ever, though, hope springs anew for British fans.
(11) This report describes the theory and practice of anew solid scintillator technique for measurement of radiolabeled compounds useful in bioresearch.
(12) Paul Keating created entire institutions anew — like the productivity commission — to ensure that his contentious, intensely political “reform agenda” would be put on a permanent footing.
(13) The route that is laid anew each year through the icefall, one of the most dangerous passages though low down the peak, has been largely destroyed and local Sherpa guides who specialise in preparing a path through the jumble of ice blocks and crevasses are reported to have refused to repair it.
(14) The alternative is rather to regard the body anew; to take other people's experiences of life seriously and not deprive the body of intention and meaning.
(15) We’re going to make sure we have a president who makes this permanent.” Julio Recinos, 57, a casino hotel maintenance worker, said he boycotted the midterm elections out of disillusionment with Obama, for whom he had twice voted, but vowed to vote anew now that his Honduran wife, Doris, 37, had the prospect of legalisation.
(16) In a population at equilibrium for a sex-linked lethal, one-third of the genes for that lethal must arise anew each generation.
(17) A second type of stacks of annulate lamellae is added anew in full-grown oocytes, increasing the number of stacks per median section of the oocyte to about 90.
(18) This anti-European fury, stoked anew by Grayling and the Conservatives , is looking in the wrong direction.
(19) Anew type of classification of neuromuscular diseases is presented.
(20) It is as if Wakefield wants parents to panic anew with the same, injurious consequences for the understanding of autism.