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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of recolonize.

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Examples

  • Do you actually believe that someone loaded a pair of almost every animal species in a boat and landed on the top of a mountain whereupon they recolonized the world?

    A Materialist Red Herring

  • Wolverines got a foothold in Glacier National Park and the surrounding national forests, and eventually recolonized mountain chains in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.

    Wayne Pacelle: Tough but Threatened: Why Wolverines Need Protection

  • Yet microorganisms and larger animals recolonized the vent within two years, as larvae from neighboring vents arrived and set up housekeeping.

    Mining’s Final Frontier

  • Leukemia cells had fully recolonized his bone marrow and blood and invaded his spleen.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Leukemia cells had fully recolonized his bone marrow and blood and invaded his spleen.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Leukemia cells had fully recolonized his bone marrow and blood and invaded his spleen.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • From 1887 to 1915, Schimmel & Co, one of the major suppliers of essential oils at the turn of the century, made twice yearly reports on the fluctuations in the supply of natural ingredients as territories were colonized and recolonized and their resources exploited.

    The Chemistry of Beauty | Edwardian Promenade

  • Wolverines got a foothold in Glacier National Park and the surrounding national forests, and eventually recolonized mountain chains in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.

    Wayne Pacelle: Tough but Threatened: Why Wolverines Need Protection

  • So bring back the americans abroad and then lots of immigration from english speaking countries - America recolonized again but with a big headstart in know how.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Post Wave Economy

  • Since the end of Pleistocene glaciation, closed canopy conifer forests have not recolonized the Ruby Mountains, even though the Ruby Mountains receive more precipitation than the High Elevation Carbonate Mountains (13e) to the east.

    Ecoregions of Nevada (EPA)

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