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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rebag.

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Examples

  • Others cleaned, labeled, and rebagged artifacts in the lab.

    Interactive Dig Mt. Vernon - Dig Diaries: Report 6

  • With her hands in their latex gloves, she removed the gun from the evidence bag to carefully slip it inside the conduit, to demonstrate where she had found it; then just as carefully rebagged the evidence.

    Double Dealer: Crime Scene Investigation

  • With her hands in their latex gloves, she removed the gun from the evidence bag to carefully slip it inside the conduit, to demonstrate where she had found it; then just as carefully rebagged the evidence.

    Double Dealer: Crime Scene Investigation

  • It's a mid-sized SUV from Honda, homegrown product from them, not a rebagged Isuzu.

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2002

  • With her hands in their latex gloves, she removed the gun from the evidence bag to carefully slip it inside the conduit, to demonstrate where she had found it; then just as carefully rebagged the evidence.

    Double Dealer: Crime Scene Investigation

  • Food shipped in bulk (not pre-packaged in the donor country) will either be bagged in the ship's hold and unloaded to the dock, or will be transferred to silo storage by vacuum equipment and rebagged by machine.

    1. Lighterage

  • All packages that do not fall within the tolerance range permitted by the donor must be rebagged before they are transported to warehouses or centers.

    1. Lighterage

  • Hauling the old man up by the collar, Jamie had pinned him against the wagon and held him there, talking pleasantly in German, until Mr. Woolam-having hastily rebagged the flour-came out and loaded five sacks into the wagon, under the gimlet eye of the old man.

    Drums of Autumn

  • Formerly the coffee, being rebagged by the _ensaccador_, was manipulated in what is called ligas; that is, mixing several neutral grades from various lots to create an artificial grade; or, more properly speaking,

    All About Coffee

  • In Brazil, when the coffee has been rebagged and marked by both the

    All About Coffee

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