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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of recidivate.

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Examples

  • Furthermore, immigration judges who granted relief routinely warned respondents that if they recidivated, they wouldn't get a third chance and deportation would be ordered.

    Bill Ong Hing: Infusing the Deportation System With Restorative Justice

  • The fact that a very small number of Gitmo detainees, relatively speaking, have recidivated, is no reason to maintain a national security liability and terrorist recruitment tool like Gitmo functioning.

    Danielle Celena Belton: New York Times Recycles Debunked Gitmo Recidivism Story

  • Sex Offender Management Board spoke of a study by Meithei, Olson, and Mitchell (2006) that followed 38,000 released prisoners in 1994 and found that sex offenders recidivated with a new sex crime less than other criminals.

    Absolute Zero

  • The proportion of men who had been disciplined was more than twice the proportion of men in the national nursing workforce, and younger nurses (both men and women) were also more likely to recidivate: among those who were younger than 40, 49\% recidivated, while 34\% of those who were 40 years old or older.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • They settled then recidivated then settled again after naval and land engagements.

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  • (n = 7) of the study sample recidivated with a violent and/or sex offense, 3. 9% (n = 9) with a hands-off sex offense and 0. 8% (n = 2) with a hands-on sex offense.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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