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- verb transitive To
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I was going to re-introduce myself to my childhood passion -- trout fishing.
The Stream Of Time 2009
I believe even if we wiped them out, we could re-introduce them without any trouble.
Senator Charles Schumer, whose Democrats still control his chamber, has said he plans to re-introduce legislation to punish China for its "currency manipulation."
The $6.50 Trade War 2011
I just want to introduce or re-introduce you to delight.
But Kristol is far less interested in honestly considering the costs of the Iraq debacle to American national security than he is in mitigating the costs to his own reputation, as he attempts to re-introduce his discredited ideology into the American political discourse.
Wonk Room 2009
Rep. Schakowsky plans to re-introduce the bill this year.
Calls for FDA to Regulate Hair Straighteners Anjali Athavaley 2011
Collins plans to re-introduce a new postal reform bill as early as today.
Also if you think the "son-I-am-your-father moment" was cliche you need to re-introduce yourself to Pedro Almodovar.
See for example the attempt by Muslim countries to re-introduce blasphemy laws in the guise of laws that make it illegal to "defame religion".
As I wrote yesterday, that was really the point of the whole exercise — to re-introduce neoconservative ideas into the foreign policy conversation by filing off all of its rough edges and revolutionary claims in a slick bipartisan package.