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

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Examples

  • We chat in the yard while she reapplies her makeup and sparkly designer eyeglasses.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • We chat in the yard while she reapplies her makeup and sparkly designer eyeglasses.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • We chat in the yard while she reapplies her makeup and sparkly designer eyeglasses.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • If John not only repays and reapplies at 70, but Sue also waits until age 66 -- her full retirement age -- to collect her spousal benefit, her benefit rises to $13,939 (in today's dollars), and the couple's spending power rises from $72,908 to $74,667!

    Get A Bigger Social Security Check Now

  • If John not only repays and reapplies at 70, but Sue also waits until age 66 -- her full retirement age -- to collect her spousal benefit, her benefit rises to $13,939 (in today's dollars), and the couple's spending power rises from $72,908 to $74,667!

    Get A Bigger Social Security Check Now

  • If John not only repays and reapplies at 70, but Sue also waits until age 66 -- her full retirement age -- to collect her spousal benefit, her benefit rises to $13,939 (in today's dollars), and the couple's spending power rises from $72,908 to $74,667!

    Get A Bigger Social Security Check Now

  • If John not only repays and reapplies at 70, but Sue also waits until age 66 -- her full retirement age -- to collect her spousal benefit, her benefit rises to $13,939 (in today's dollars), and the couple's spending power rises from $72,908 to $74,667!

    Laurence J. Kotlikoff: Repay and Apply for a Higher Social Security Check Before It's Too Late

  • Time to sack everybody except half a dozen old a**e bobbies in each Force (I refuse to use service) who will be the panel through whom everyone else reapplies for their job, laying out their “visions” for policing. on February 8, 2008 at 8: 48 pm | Reply Teeth Grinder of the South

    ‘Banned Phrases’ Part I « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • If the state reapplies in a few months, as it can, it cannot let the UFT stand in the way of a needed windfall.

    Race to the Bottom

  • If John not only repays and reapplies at 70, but Sue also waits until age 66 -- her full retirement age -- to collect her spousal benefit, her benefit rises to $13,939 (in today's dollars), and the couple's spending power rises from $72,908 to $74,667!

    Get A Bigger Social Security Check Now

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