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

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Examples

  • In the opening pages Clay or Mr. Ellis reassumes his fictional report almost with a shrug, as if picking up a just-dropped conversation, even though 25 years have passed.

    Zero Progress

  • Lessig admits things haven't turned out to quite as miserably as he predicted they would, yet he quickly reassumes his skunk-at-the-cyber-libertarian-garden-party posture by noting, I concede that some of the predictions made there have not come to pass -

    The Walled Garden That Never Was, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • After the performance, after the crowd files out and the actor reassumes his birth persona and returns to the less lofty orbits of Earth.

    Of Men, Presidents and Jackasses

  • Moreover, is not the fact that being somehow reassumes and takes on all the functions of the subject the index of this reversal?

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Rose smiles, rises from the table, and reassumes his exclusive seat on the stool behind the ivory bar.

    The Pianist

  • This year, we want to ensure that prevention reassumes its rightful position in the response to HIV and AIDS as we observe the year of accelerated HIV prevention.

    ANC Today

  • This year, we want to ensure that prevention reassumes its rightful position in the response to HIV and AIDS as we observe the year of accelerated HIV prevention.

    ANC Today

  • O'BRIEN: In Thailand, the grim search reassumes for the bodies of tsunami victims.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2005

  • And in California, jury selection reassumes in just a few hours in the Michael Jackson child molestation case.

    CNN Transcript Feb 22, 2005

  • O'BRIEN: When court reassumes this morning in Michael Jackson's molestation trial, the prosecution's final witness will be on the stand.

    CNN Transcript May 4, 2005

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