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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reassemble.


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  • The audio was fixed, but in reassembling all the parts, the laptop shell had a bulge in the seam where the pieces didn’t fit together.

    Dear Mr. Dell « BuzzMachine

  • It's a good thing that you won't have to take your Magic Mouse apart too, as it's certainly not easy to disassemble it, and the resin parts of the mouse were deformed when they were being removed, resulting in the team giving up the idea of reassembling the mouse.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • In subsequent days my father would take the watch apart and clean it piece by piece and then spend the better part of a month, in the hot middle part of the day, reassembling it, after drying the individual pieces in the bright September light.

    Fish Story

  • Not the preservation of an artist's studio — you can still visit Mahler's composing shed, for instance — but dismantling it and reassembling it somewhere completely different?

    Take Care of This House

  • He will now face the daunting task of reassembling a campaign organization from scratch.

    Top Gingrich Campaign Aides Abandon Ship

  • And he did, less than five minutes later—just as Ali was paying off the faxing bill and reassembling her stack of paper.

    Fatal Error

  • While Eastern Europe was reassembling itself at the end of the 1980s, I was proofreading the history of East and West Germany and the Balkan states.

    The Memory Palace

  • Not unlike their father who, unable to free himself of the past, dedicates his life to reassembling his own father's study that was plundered by the Nazis -- an obsessed son who will not rest until every piece of furniture is sought, transported and arranged in its rightful place.

    Dora Levy Mossanen: Love, Loss and Memory Haunt House

  • All expenses incurred in transporting both the sculpture and its anti-seismic base by air from Malibu to Italy were covered by the Getty, which also paid for the reassembling in Sicily of the numerous fragments of the sculpture by Jerry Podany, the museum's chief conservator.

    The Beautiful and the True

  • Originally slated to star Johnny Depp, there are obviously bigger obstacles to tackle reassembling a cast and resuming production for the quirky dream project, but Gilliam remains confident.

    Terry Gilliam Returning To ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ » MTV Movies Blog


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