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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of re-express.

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Examples

  • In the six-minute video, this sentiment is gaily expressed and re-expressed, in different languages and by different people.

    Remembering India's Golden Voice

  • But they re-expressed these as a technical problem—a set of requirements to be met.

    The Nature of Technology

  • When we say that wherever there is smoke, there is fire, this can be re-expressed as that fire pervades smoke, i.e. that the property of being a smoke-possessing-thing has a narrower extension than the property of being a fire-possessing-thing.

    Analytic Philosophy in Early Modern India

  • In halting English, Khan re-expressed the oft-expressed hope that squash will finally join the ranks of Olympic sports next year.

    Squash Trophy Wives and $20,000 Tables: Alex Beam

  • Does Scham really think that the symbolic association of the place with a navel—assuming that the neolithic hunter-gatherers indeed considered that association—survived for 10,000 years, even though the structures at the site had become completely buried prior to the recent excavations, and was somehow re-expressed in the present-day Turkish name of the hill?

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • For perhaps what the sentence tells us can be re-expressed in such a way that it no longer even seems to commit us to the type of thing in question.

    Roderick Chisholm

  • Does Scham really think that the symbolic association of the place with a navel—assuming that the neolithic hunter-gatherers indeed considered that association—survived for 10,000 years, even though the structures at the site had become completely buried prior to the recent excavations, and was somehow re-expressed in the present-day Turkish name of the hill?

    The pot-belly of Göbekli Tepe is no place for a navel

  • If only Herrick had a greater familiarity with the historical depth and breadth of the Christian tradition, he might have been able to highlight some of the interesting ways in which Christians have always reinterpreted and re-expressed their faith in response to changing contexts and progressing knowledge.

    Review of James A. Herrick, Scientific Mythologies

  • If only Herrick had a greater familiarity with the historical depth and breadth of the Christian tradition, he might have been able to highlight some of the interesting ways in which Christians have always reinterpreted and re-expressed their faith in response to changing contexts and progressing knowledge.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • This can be re-expressed in counterfactual terms: it is not the case that if I think something is beautiful then it is beautiful.

    Aesthetic Judgment

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