from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of reattaching; a second or subsequent attachment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of reattaching; a second attachment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A second or repeated attachment.
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In Western faiths, spiritual practices aim less toward non-attachment than toward "reattachment" to someone or something outside ourselves.
Virginia Tech left guard Greg Nosal earned tough-guy points on Saturday, postponing the reattachment of a torn-off tip of his left pinkie to keep playing.
Greg Nosal earned tough-guy points on Saturday, postponing the reattachment of a torn-off tip of his left pinkie to keep playing.
I'll say this: That foot was hardly a candidate for reattachment, now, was it?
There it would sit until the next morning when the great reattachment ceremony would take place.
Translocation of a gene: the physical reattachment of a gene from one chromosome to another.
It's just that your advice seemed to be directed toward folks without bike maintenance experience, and yet while you tell them to take their chain off you fail to mention that only certain chains are capable of reattachment without a chain tool.
This can help preserve the chance of reattachment up to 18 hours later.
His head came flying off and upon reattachment, well, you can figure out the rest.
Surgeons use leeches on severed fingers to stimulate blood flow for reattachment.