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reconsolidating

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reconsolidate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Anyone watching with even the slightest awareness of the equations of labor to capital in global markets can see that Squeeze becomes every bit the ethical and ideological churning, regurgitating, and reconsolidating event that we watch unfold in terms of the relationship of exploiter to exploited.

    G. Roger Denson: Mika Rottenberg's "Squeeze" Becomes What It Critiques

  • We are now facing challenges, in particular, of addressing volatility, creating employment and reconsolidating finance, and continuing to keep a balance between recovery and the exit strategies of fiscal and monetary policies.

    Trade Ministers Eschew Barriers

  • Anyone watching with even the slightest awareness of the equations of labor to capital in global markets can see that Squeeze becomes every bit the ethical and ideological churning, regurgitating, and reconsolidating event that we watch unfold in terms of the relationship of exploiter to exploited.

    G. Roger Denson: Mika Rottenberg's "Squeeze" Becomes What It Critiques

  • Anyone watching with even the slightest awareness of the equations of labor to capital in global markets can see that Squeeze becomes every bit the ethical and ideological churning, regurgitating, and reconsolidating event that we watch unfold in terms of the relationship of exploiter to exploited.

    G. Roger Denson: Mika Rottenberg's "Squeeze" Becomes What It Critiques

  • On its physical/materialist, national liberation battlefront, it was a war waged by Indian nationalists against British colonialists for the purpose of subverting British colonialism and, thereafter, reconsolidating and redistributing India's political power.

    Radovan Karadzic's website and blog

  • Anyone watching with even the slightest awareness of the equations of labor to capital in global markets can see that Squeeze becomes every bit the ethical and ideological churning, regurgitating, and reconsolidating event that we watch unfold in terms of the relationship of exploiter to exploited.

    G. Roger Denson: Mika Rottenberg's "Squeeze" Becomes What It Critiques

  • Although reconsolidating the metaphysical aspects of Kantian philosophy, therefore, Jaspers 'own metaphysics is always a post-Kantian metaphysics: it is a negative metaphysics, which resists all suggestion that human reason might give itself an account of metaphysical essences, which defines the realm of human meaning as formed by its difference against positive metaphysical knowledge, but which nonetheless sees reason, in Kierkegaardian manner, as driven by a despairing desire for metaphysical transcendence.

    Karl Jaspers

  • The president has praised Afghanistan's democratically elected government, but there is concern the Taliban may be reconsolidating power in that country, as well as in neighboring Pakistan.

    CNN Transcript Mar 19, 2006

  • And we ask our brothers in Egypt and Jordan to help in this endeavor, because it's one of the most important ingredients, to begin immediately the retraining, the reconsolidating, the rebuilding and re-equipping of Palestinian security forces.

    CNN Transcript Feb 6, 2005

  • And, by the way, this is what the road map specified, that the U.S. would lead the effort in rebuilding, retraining, re-equipping, reconsolidating the Palestinian security forces.

    CNN Transcript Feb 6, 2005

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