Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reannounce.

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Examples

  • This little line was then blasted for the spin it was as it turned out he was reannouncing some troops movements and the real numbers were smaller.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Announcing and reannouncing the stimulus projects provided literally thousands of good-news opportunities for Conservative MPs and candidates.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • The public, in fact, were getting on with their business perfectly happily, and the worry among the political class should surely be that the longer they are left without politicians swanking about reannouncing policies every 10 minutes, the more they will wonder after the point of them.

    The Guardian World News

  • Could this be Konami subtly reannouncing Gradius VI?

    Gaming Target

  • His familiar weakness for reannouncing pledges that have already been made has now gone global.

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  • Gordon Brown has made an art of reannouncing old initiatives as if they were new.

    The Financial Express

  • Not the one about recapitalising the banks - the one about reannouncing old spending as new spending ad infinitum.

    pfblogs.org: The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator

  • "But instead of offering real help, Labour ministers have returned to their bad old ways, spinning and reannouncing old policies to get a headline.

    The Latest From www.politics.co.uk

  • "But instead of offering real help, Labour ministers have returned to their bad old ways, spinning and reannouncing old policies to get a headline.

    The Latest From www.inthenews.co.uk

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