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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recontact.

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Examples

  • Later in the flight, according to the report, the United flight's captain was concerned enough to take the unusual step of recontacting the tower, and "said she was very upset over the incident because of the close proximity of the Cessna" and lack of adequate warning.

    Report Details Midair Close Call

  • Our experts at the Consumer Reports National Research Center began by recontacting more than 1,200 Hoover and Kenmore canister owners who responded to our online Annual Questionnaire on brand reliability.

    User Reviews: Useful, but know what you’re using

  • Our experts at the Consumer Reports National Research Center began by recontacting more than 1,200 Hoover and Kenmore canister owners who responded to our online Annual Questionnaire on brand reliability.

    User Reviews: Useful, but know what you’re using

  • When recontacting a red cherry lead, developers most often run into a very specific problem that must be successfully overcome.

    Hot Prospects

  • When recontacting a red cherry lead, developers most often run into a very specific problem that must be successfully overcome.

    Hot Prospects

  • I am recontacting you today because a few days ago (on the 13 June 2007) I sent you the astrological reading which you asked me for and I wanted to be sure that you actually received the email.

    Google AdSense Finally Approved

  • GRACE: ... but perfect example of a teacher recontacting the student even after they ` ve been caught molesting the child.

    CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2007

  • When you've made a big error that warrants recontacting your donors, drop everything.

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • "Where it seems we fall off is that follow-up mechanism, where police should be recontacting the victim, getting more information," Skinner said.

    Blog updates

  • Think of a reason for recontacting your interviewer other than just, "So, have you made up your minds yet?"

    Karen Burns, Working Girl

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