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  • verb Present participle of recidivate.

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Examples

  • In a country with so much ingenuity, and in a world where there are many fine examples of how to keep prisoners from recidivating, two-thirds of all released U.S. prisoners are re-arrested within three years, and over half end up back in prison.

    Elena Quintana: Toward an Industry of Peace

  • In a country with so much ingenuity, and in a world where there are many fine examples of how to keep prisoners from recidivating, two-thirds of all released U.S. prisoners are re-arrested within three years, and over half end up back in prison.

    Elena Quintana: Toward an Industry of Peace

  • Thus, if RCTV were such a violator we would not be having such a post today as RCTV would have been proven guilty, fined and shut down after recidivating.

    The RCTV paradigm: old story, new Venezuelan wrappings

  • Moreover, recidivating disease is very common among cases of NTM-caused pulmonary disease

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  • [49], [50], and, we excluded TB cases suffering from recidivating TB.

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