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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of readdress.

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Examples

  • This took a few minutes to find, but last September Plotkin readdressed his distaste for the flyer and the perceived goal that the flyer was trying to promote:

    Shaun Kenney Bombs?

  • Many argued that it was well past time the Church 'readdressed' these issues, by which they really meant changed its mind.

    Boiling a Frog

  • 'readdressed 'these issues, by which they really meant changed its mind.

    Boiling a frog

  • He has gone back and readdressed the criticism and explained better his position, which is, “I will not make a hollow-stance here because I * know* I am ignorant, it is unlikely that you are knowledgeable either.”

    Just Reassure Me…

  • In an interview between the two in Newsweek, Stevens, who stood on the dissenting side of Citizens United, characterized the final decision in the case as a failure that he would like to see readdressed:

    Former Justices Stevens & O'Connor Reject 'Citizens United' Ruling

  • In an interview between the two in Newsweek, Stevens, who stood on the dissenting side of Citizens United, characterized the final decision in the case as a failure that he would like to see readdressed:

    Ex-Supreme Court Justices Jab 'Citizens United' Ruling

  • Once the inspections are over, the merger's future might be readdressed, especially since the October deadline to complete the deal is looming large.

    Japanese Bank Merger Falters

  • In an interview between the two in Newsweek, Stevens, who stood on the dissenting side of Citizens United, characterized the final decision in the case as a failure that he would like to see readdressed:

    Former Justices Stevens & O'Connor Reject 'Citizens United' Ruling

  • As a result, five critical issues in the relationship need to be addressed or readdressed in 2010, with an eye toward transforming the U.S.

    Julian Baird Gewirtz: New Year's Resolutions for the U.S.-China Relationship

  • In an interview between the two in Newsweek, Stevens, who stood on the dissenting side of Citizens United, characterized the final decision in the case as a failure that he would like to see readdressed:

    Ex-Supreme Court Justices Jab 'Citizens United' Ruling

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