Did you mayhaps mean rerun?
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“Since the ‘best’ of reality is constantly marathon re-run on its own channels (from VH1 to Bravo to Oxygen to HGTV), a secondary home for the leftovers just seems redundant.”
“I would not put one for re-run but I often use re-read.”
“But my opponent is of the view that there should be a re-run from the two local governments where elections did not take place.”
“Almost all of these other candidates have called for the elections to be annulled and re-run, and have not changed their position.”
“I was watching the re-run before the new one came on, and it was such a sad scene when they were eating at the cafe.”
“Cruise was so incensed by the episode that he allegedly threatened to not participate in promotion for "Mission: Impossible III" junket if a re-run of the episode was aired; Viacom owns both Comedy Central and Paramount, the studio that put out the film.”
“Just turned on abc and got really confused when instead of finding Jimmy Kimmel, I found a Sex and the City re-run.”
“Editor's note: This was originally posted on January 8, 2008, but since we're heading back into pale season, it seemed time to re-run this tribute to pale people.”
“CNN announced Friday it would re-run the Sheen interview "everyone is still talking about" on Friday night.”
“As it became clear that the problems of the banks would take years rather than months to solve, the ECB has had to devote more attention to making sure that no major European bank collapsed, triggering a re-run of the post-Lehman mayhem in 2008.”
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