Definitions

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  • n. The process of assembling something again.

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  • n. assembling again

Etymologies

re- +‎ assembly. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Aronofsky is already mulling his next project, he said - and at some point down the road, he'd like to do a kind of reassembly of his last film, "The Fountain," which has become a sci-fi cult hit on DVD.

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  • Microtubules can be reliably polymerized in vitro In living cells, predominant form of MTs have 13 protofilaments (PFs) In vitro "reassembly" of microtubules was possible by the early

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  • That in some cases, the Bush reductions meant detaching the actual nuclear warheads from ballistic missiles and storing them in distant facilities so that quick “break-out” reassembly is not feasible.

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  • This reassembly, with an atmospheric score by Simon Fisher Turner that incorporates gramophone records from the expedition as well as the sound of the Terra Nova's ship's bell and some authentic Antarctic "silence", brings history to life.

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  • While the real Carlos just took his steamer apart and hiked it over an isthmus to the other side for reassembly, Herzog thought it far more dramatic and manly to physically winch an actual (not prop or scale model) 320-ton mass of steel and iron over a very real mountain.

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  • Phil I have looked at Youtube thousands of times for various subjects and never thought to search for any information concerning disassembly or reassembly of anything.

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  • "Shrinking URLs is handy" - indeed it is; many an e-mail has contained broken links that needed reassembly.

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  • The Minneapolis Arts Commission had estimated the cost of de-installing, moving, restoration, reassembly and reinstallation of the sculpture at between $63,000 and $87,000.

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  • Disappointed, they brushed me aside, leaving me to attempt the reassembly of my strewn possessions into their previous neatly packed inventory, which had been perfectly accommodated in my suitcases.

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  • If I hate my mower, I reserve special hatred for the weed-whacker, the strimmer, with its little nylon line that snaps every two minutes, requiring disassembly and reassembly of the device.

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