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Freder et al: How many times do we have to go back and rechew the same food?
At last, however, in the comfortable post-prandial hours, they take up the drained morsel, chew it, rechew it and reduce it to a shapeless ball.
The verb is derived from the Latin word for "chewed over," which describes the act of digestion in cattle, in which they swallow, regurgitate and then rechew their food.
I'd sit in the cafe and rechew the newspapers, and when I couldn't take it any more of that I'd go out and drive my pickup around on these desert roads, which are all straight as strings and numbered A to Z in one direction