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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reword.

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Examples

  • The Pledge to America is either simply rewords the things that President Obama has done and calls it new, or is so vague that anyone can get behind it.

    Elections 2010: Will the Republicans take over House, Senate?

  • There's a chain of cites starting ~1949 (afaik so far) that rewords it to "Everyone wants to write a book, and children are no longer obedient to their parents", and attributes it to the "Presse Papyrus" (the correct name is "Prisse") "in the municipal museum at Istanbul".

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • The site also summarizes and rewords the things he says at various events and press-conferences.

    Boing Boing: January 23, 2005 - January 29, 2005 Archives

  • The first steps .... [rewords] Steps are being taken ....

    Fourth Castro, PCC Meeting Report

  • The response expresses .... [rewords] The concrete answer to the question is that we will immediately withdraw our advisers as soon as the Nicaraguans ask us to do so.

    CASTRO'S CARACAS NEWS CONFERENCE BROADCAST

  • That is why one of the problems in my talks with Latin American leaders ... [rewords] We have discussed this as one of the most serious problems to which we must find a solution.

    CASTRO ON MEXICO, U.S. OTHER ISSUES

  • Latin American countries instead of growing corn began/growing coca trees, and marijuana/because it was ... [rewords] well, they couldn't make a living with what they had, so they began growing that.

    CASTRO ON MEXICO, U.S. OTHER ISSUES

  • I remember when we were in Mexico, there was contraband, maybe of automobiles, and of other things, but there was no problem ... [rewords] or the states did not have to face the drug problems.

    CASTRO ON MEXICO, U.S. OTHER ISSUES

  • Of course, up until now, they have been been able to carry out that policy because it has been a matter of [rewords] because these changes have taken place in small countries such as Cuba, Nicaragua, or Grenada.

    CASTRO ON MEXICO, U.S. OTHER ISSUES

  • He worked [rewords] in general he did a good job and after he ended his work with the UJC, he was invited -- I asked him and other young people

    CASTRO SPEAKS ON DOMINGUEZ, DEL PINO CASES

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