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  • verb Present participle of recontaminate.

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Examples

  • He said the big society was invented as part of an attempt to decontaminate the Tory brand and that the party was now "recontaminated" because "in the past week voters have seen more clearly than ever this Conservative-led government in its true colours: a single-issue government making huge sacrifices of the things we value on the altar of deficit reduction".

    David Cameron's 'big society' could be funded by savers

  • He said the big society was invented as part of an attempt to decontaminate the Tory brand and that the party was now "recontaminated" because "in the past week voters have seen more clearly than ever this Conservative-led government in its true colours: a single-issue government making huge sacrifices of the things we value on the altar of deficit reduction".

    The Guardian World News

  • At least two rounds of antibiotics and decolonization did not break the pattern, and there was no way to determine whether she was afflicted with a persistent bug, or being recontaminated by someone else.

    SUPERBUG

  • The CDC advised against it, arguing that any expensively cleaned locker room could be recontaminated the next time a colonized kid walked in.29 Instead, Stafford worked to educate its students.

    SUPERBUG

  • At least two rounds of antibiotics and decolonization did not break the pattern, and there was no way to determine whether she was afflicted with a persistent bug, or being recontaminated by someone else.

    SUPERBUG

  • At least two rounds of antibiotics and decolonization did not break the pattern, and there was no way to determine whether she was afflicted with a persistent bug, or being recontaminated by someone else.

    SUPERBUG

  • The CDC advised against it, arguing that any expensively cleaned locker room could be recontaminated the next time a colonized kid walked in.29 Instead, Stafford worked to educate its students.

    SUPERBUG

  • The CDC advised against it, arguing that any expensively cleaned locker room could be recontaminated the next time a colonized kid walked in.29 Instead, Stafford worked to educate its students.

    SUPERBUG

  • Inadequate cleaning in hospitals is another major cause of infections, because doctors 'and nurses' hands become recontaminated as soon as they touch bacteria covered bedrails, privacy curtains and medical devices.

    Betsy McCaughey: Empty Promises For Patients

  • As long as hospitals are inadequately cleaned, doctors 'and nurses' hands will become recontaminated seconds after they are washed, whenever they touch a bacteria-laden surface.

    Our Unsanitary Hospitals

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