from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of inserting again.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of reinserting.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of reinserting, or what is reinsorted; a second insertion.
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She called reinsertion of toll credits for local match money "a critical element for us."
Assignment complete, awaiting reinsertion into next available symbiote body.
After medical treatment when women return to the village, they work on women's social reinsertion by teaching them skills and providing them with small loans to start a business, and also provide psychological counseling.
With flat sides molded front and back of the steering tube, the sleeve will always go back to the same place, allowing reinsertion of the pin after tapping it out with a thin drift or hex key.
There are a number of reasons why most of the rest of the world disagreed with the invasion of Iraq, but one of the important ones was that we were not perceived to have exhausted the diplomatic process, and the reinsertion of UN inspectors wassupported in bad faith. (i.e. we didn't actually care what they'd find)
Now, focus on crucial issues surrounding our nation's intensifying debate on health care could be derailed by the reinsertion of the "N" word.
Of all the albums the Chairman Of The Board cut during his quarter-century association with Reprise Records, why was My Way tapped for remastering, rebuffing, re-polishing, and reinsertion in the CD racks and online emporia?
Or I should say it is the Clark Kent Superboy reinsertion, and not the Conner Kent Kon-El Superboy story that is being re-imagined.
Another 80,000 fighters remain to be disbanded, according to an estimate last year by the Congolese commission for disarmament, demobilisation and reinsertion.
He also discovered that, in recreating the film, which had to have its frames re-shot using sophisticated techniques of optical printing and special effects — in order to avoid disclosing the deception via “ghost images” in the sprocket area, which cannot be reproduced — the conspirators had made mistakes during their reinsertion of images of the Stemmons Freeway sign and of a lamppost.
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