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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reaccess.

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Examples

  • Leith reaccessed the system at Cambridge to find out more about the place.

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  • While Herbert was speaking, Rodgers reaccessed Patricia Arroyo's personnel database.

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  • But it was not - as Mr. Clark said on the Addis Ababa airport tarmac - until the network TV producers and executive editors reaccessed their "memories" and sent their TV news crews back into Ethiopia, that the wealthy world's conscience was reawakened.

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  • Because memories are neuronal connections that get reinforced with regular access, the finding means that even connections that have not been reaccessed for decades do not disappear completely, as previous evidence had suggested.

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  • Because memories are neuronal connections that get reinforced with regular access, the finding means that even connections that have not been reaccessed for decades do not disappear completely, as previous evidence had suggested.

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  • “... “anchoring” refers to the process of associating an internal response with some environmental or mental trigger, so that the response may be quickly, and sometimes covertly, reaccessed.”

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