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- v. To appear again.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To appear again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To appear again or anew; return to sight or apprehension; be seen again, in either the same or a different example.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. appear again
But this impossible dream of re-inflating the housing bubble and making all the wealth reappear is going to die hard.
What was the horror of the editor, on the following day, to see the expression reappear in his apology as "bottle-scarred"!
And as they ` ve gone back and seen his name reappear in some of those earlier statements from Joran, some of those earlier statements from Satish and Deepak, they wanted to go back, and check it out, and make sure they knew where he was when Natalee disappeared, because, as my sources have told me tonight, he left that shift early at the Holiday Inn and couldn ` t be accounted for after that, and they really wanted to tighten that up.
Its intention, however, was, this time, merely to shew me the way, which was not the way of the sonata, for this was an unpublished work of Vinteuil in which he had merely amused himself, by an allusion which was explained at this point by a sentence in the programme which one ought to have been reading simultaneously, in making the little phrase reappear for a moment.
Someone mentioned something about Bendis takes Jessica Jones along with him to 'New Avengers'...why not, he retconned/shoehorned her into Avengers continuity so much so that in Secret Invasion, she's one of the older heoroes who 'reappear'...can we have both versions revealed as Skrulls already and kill them off?
I can apparently make the videos "reappear" by quitting the presentation and re-opening it.
Rick is next, and he names two other mutants he would like to "reappear" in the X-books.
If you eject the volume without emptying the trash, those invisible not-yet-deleted files are still stored on the volume, and they 'reappear' in the Trash when you mount the volume.
Don't "disappear" then "reappear" (that's if you 'reappear') after being assigned the project, as stated, send me updates and let me know what's going on.
"Besides, should the _Nelson_ not reappear, that is no reason why another accident may not drive another ship upon the coast that will be more fortunate; what has happened to-day may surely happen again to-morrow.