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  • v. Present participle of rebuild.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. building again


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  • I have just come back from Behrampada , that was struck by fire , now the work of rebuilding has begun, people picking up their lives ..rebuilding a house to make it a better home than it was..and why would a media person shoot a Muslim colony rebuilding its roots..

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • They have removed the word rebuilding from their vocabulary as they enter their 40-year anniversary season and have boldly proclaimed there will be no more excuses if they finish below the postseason cutoff a fifth straight time.

    The Seattle Times

  • He's not going to use the term "rebuilding," but he certainly seems fixated on what's important:

  • The term rebuilding might no longer apply now that the Pacers have added the 22-year-old

  • At St. Clairsville, Kim Clifford insists the term rebuilding is better suited for carpenters

    The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

  • Absent from the rebuilding is a vision for New Orleans as a whole, a way to use this tragedy — and the city's portion of $27 billion in federal rebuilding money earmarked for Louisiana — to transform a city that was decaying for decades before the storm hit. - New Orleans' recovery slow and slippery process

  • The model for the rebuilding is the Marshall Plan of Europe after WW-2.

    Jobs for the Katrina survivors « BuzzMachine

  • I don't like the word rebuilding, because in this league there are a lot of ways to bounce right back up.

  • "Now if that's what you call rebuilding, then we're rebuilding."

    NYT > Home Page

  • When Zdrueincik was hired and started making moves, the media was quick to point out that while he wouldn't use the word rebuilding, that is what Mariner fans should expect.

    U.S.S. Mariner


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