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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reconfirm.

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Examples

  • But McCain "reconfirmed" to Falwell that he would support a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman if a federal court were to strike down state constitutional bans on gay marriage.

    03/29/2006

  • And I think that going and deploying to Kosovo and seeing what the Army does really kind of reconfirmed him in staying in the military.

    Absolutely American: Four Years at West Point

  • Update: Take-Two has "reconfirmed" tonight during it's financial call to investors that Rockstar will not have a presence at E3 this year

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  • Unfortunately for him, that study proved his premise wrong and instead reconfirmed what climate scientists have been saying for decades: the Earth's surface is warming and at just the rate that numerous previous studies had shown.

    Peter H. Gleick: The 2011 Climate B.S.* of the Year Awards

  • Moreover, as I reported in the blog to which the White House objected, the Times reporter had gone on The Ed Show on MSNBC the day before and reconfirmed his reporting that hospital lobbyists had confirmed a deal with the White House that there would be no public option, stating:

    Miles Mogulescu: Obama, the Public Option, the Huffington Post, and Me

  • During Restaurant Week last month, his dining room was stood up on Saturday night by 11 parties representing 37 customers -- despite Poste having reconfirmed most.

    Ask Tom

  • A well-placed source stated that in the weeks before the presidential election Visa formally reconfirmed its commitment to Fifa, which runs until after the 2014 World Cup.

    Sepp Blatter remains in credit with Visa

  • Unfortunately for him, that study proved his premise wrong and instead reconfirmed what climate scientists have been saying for decades: the Earth's surface is warming and at just the rate that numerous previous studies had shown.

    Peter H. Gleick: The 2011 Climate B.S.* of the Year Awards

  • Asclepiodorus, probably a Greek, was put in charge of collecting taxes from the province, while the former Persian satrap Mazaeus was reconfirmed in his previous office.

    Alexander the Great

  • Moreover, as I reported in the blog to which the White House objected, the Times reporter had gone on The Ed Show on MSNBC the day before and reconfirmed his reporting that hospital lobbyists had confirmed a deal with the White House that there would be no public option, stating:

    Miles Mogulescu: Obama, the Public Option, the Huffington Post, and Me

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