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  • verb Present participle of reapproach.

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Examples

  • We still have too many repugs crying about so-called promises or stances Obama supposedly made while campaigning - as if rethinking and reapproaching a situation is a “bad” thing.

    Changes at Change.gov: Return of the ‘Agenda’ - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • "It's just more of the same stuff that I do -- reapproaching American sportswear but trying to do it in a way that feels sort of loose," Mr. Sternberg said.

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  • But it is with Shriek that VanderMeer has truly found his voice, reapproaching his world with a fresh and pleasantly surprising maturity.

    The Top Ten Books of 2006 : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • But instead of holding on to the cab-rank, he turned the next corner, and then the next, rounding the block; and presently, reapproaching the entrance to Troyon's, paused in the recess of a dark doorway and, lifting one foot after another, slipped rubber caps over his heels.

    The Lone Wolf A Melodrama

  • I was not in the mood to fear darkness or any encounter save one, and experienced hesitation only when I found myself reapproaching the bridge.

    The Mayor's Wife

  • A fascist dictatorship ruled Portugal from 1926 to 1974, when a revolution toppled the old order and began reapproaching democratic Europe.

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  • Lundin's Zinkgruvan mine in Sweden is "the type of mine we'd be looking for," Junck said, declining to comment on any talks or the possibility of reapproaching the company.

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  • Rebound reapproaching the broken channel bottom off 1.3636 (see graph): Support area at

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  • The sign of Vertical slit, forces to keeping that way without any sensible reapproaching chances, the sensible practical republicans with experience how to manage to keep the party without slipping, is dangerously keptout.

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  • The sign of Vertical slit, forces to keeping that way without any sensible reapproaching chances, the sensible practical republicans with experience how to manage to keep the party without slipping, is dangerously keptout.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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