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  • v. Present participle of reseed.

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Examples

  • Butler-Michigan State is a matchup of No. 5 seeds, a turn of fortune that's certain to reintroduce the idea of reseeding the tournament once it reaches the Final Four.

    Fore, right!

  • Bleached coral usually takes up to 10 years to regrow by a process of "reseeding," when larvae from a distant reef is carried by currents to repopulate the damaged area.

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  • However, there is a rising demand for restoration activities such as reseeding these burned areas.

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  • Much of that funding will be used throughout the Gulf to fix damage that has been done -- reseeding oyster beds, cleaning and replanting oiled salt marshes, protecting sea turtle nests so that more endangered baby turtles successfully make it to the sea next year than did in 2010.

    Jamie Rappaport Clark: Six Months Later, a Unique Opportunity Emerges for Gulf Refuges

  • Rudbeckia hirta 'Autumn Colors,' an exotic cultivar of the familiar native Black-eyed Susan, provides showy face flowers best treated as a biennial, get it into the ground before it freezes for reseeding.

    Mums Not the Word

  • But you can't, because in large spaces you'll have annuals and biannuals reseeding all over the place.

    Garden Guru Piet Oudolf

  • In this case, Stasis is charged with reseeding the human species by plucking people throughout time and moving them elsewhen.

    REVIEW: Wireless by Charles Stross

  • BIG BRObama and his moron Congress are metaphorically cutting down the last trees in America: with every new tax, with every new regulation, with every new bureaucrat, they are chopping down the forests of the future, and not reseeding the island for our children and grandchildren.

    ‘Mad Ducks’ should refill their Zoloft prescriptions. | RedState

  • To reseed or not to reseed: Speaking of the Seahawks' upset, does that make you more inclined to favor reseeding teams?

    NFL wild-card weekend live: Ravens-Chiefs, Packers-Eagles

  • Indeed, Mrs. Bush seems far more absorbed by reseeding the property with native grasses than by anything that happens during the divisive primaries and general election of 2000.

    Troubled Times, Tender Mercies

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