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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of re-express.

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Examples

  • It is enrichment, defiance, assertion, power, but, above all, a form of love - a universal love that enters, draws out and re-expresses a deep-seated spirit shared, in some obscure corner of the soul, by most people on earth.

    Friday night

  • It is enrichment, defiance, assertion, power, but, above all, a form of love - a universal love that enters, draws out and re-expresses a deep-seated spirit shared, in some obscure corner of the soul, by most people on earth.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • This Congress re-expresses its regret that the British Indians of South Africa still labour under disabilities which materially affect their trade and render their residence difficult, and unjustly and unduly restrict their movement to and in these parts of the

    9. GOKHALE`S MISSION OF SERVICE

  • What would be the point of adding an additional layer that just re-expresses what you had before, just in a more complicated way? we didn't abandon values and just stored everything in subkeys, like the 16-bit registry did.

    The Old New Thing

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