1. Clinton is boldly poaching many Republican issues, reframing them somewhat to sound slightly less dogmatic.
2. Each reframing represented a further refinement and enrichment of their appreciation for their new role.
3. I like the way you reframe the issue in terms of attention.
4. First we need to reframe the stories of our past, in which, after all, lie the origins of our present understanding of ourselves.
5. You gotta reframe the debate, use informal power.
6. In the process, some old, well-established concepts, are radically reframed.
7. Often, just listening reduces these anxieties, and the anxieties can be reframed as normal responses to being pregnant.
8. "We think work is the opposite of happiness," Achor says. Instead, he suggests workers reframe the way they think about their jobs.
9. This article and the ensuing discussion illustrates the need to reframe the debate.
10. We have a dictionary definition of what it means to be a hero but I would like to reframe that.
11. Look for major breakthroughs in coming years that will transform our energy landscape and completely reframe the debate.
12. Many companies have resisted accommodating women's increasing desire to reframe their lives.
13. Thus the results of our first experiment caused us to reframe our question.