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  • I chose this month to re-join because I figured my life should be settling down soon (ha!).

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Coaches like the speedy receiver, and Banks would be a prime candidate to re-join the Redskins 'roster in the near future.

    Ryan Torain to replace Brandon Banks on roster

  • And since the majority of my friends were getting shipped out, I decided to re-join.

    Jake Nun Patrick Arlt

  • In 2009, he accepted an offer to re-join the group on a tour across the U.S. and Europe, fueling the fire for the quartet to return to the studio.

    Bela Fleck & The Flecktones 'Reunite'

  • David Wright was cleared by doctors to resume baseball activities and could re-join the Mets by the time they return from the All-Star break.

    Mets Get Odd Taste of Good News

  • To re-join Allen's team, Thomas will be leaving McGuireWoods Consulting.

    Afternoon Fix: Mitt Romney picks up endorsements

  • Eventually we got a lift into Athens, to try to re-join our unit, but nobody had heard of the 3rd Cheshire Field Squadron, and we were ordered to join a company of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, which had just landed at

    Alan Glass

  • At one point in northern Greece we had to de-train and march via a detour to re-join another train, on account of a demolished bridge that we ourselves had blown up – and the guards were none too gentle with laggards!

    Alan Glass

  • If the film were moving backward, the pieces would re-join to form a glass and jump back up onto the table.

    Time -- One of the Great Mysteries of Our Universe

  • But he adds the fighters and leaders who want to re-join society must agree to lay down their arms, renounce militancy and violence, and pledge to respect the Afghan constitution and its protection of human rights, as President Hamid Karzai has demanded.

    Petraeus: NATO Pressure Forcing Taliban to Seek Peace

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