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  • noun Plural form of reconversion.

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Examples

  • He had apparently organised thousands of "reconversions" into Hinduism, and had been encouraging violence against the "Other" for decades.

    Communalism Watch

  • Sharma is unapologetic about the Bajrang Dal's role in "reconversions" in Orissa -- making Hindus who became Christians embrace Hinduism again.

    Top Stories - Google News

  • Mr. Sharma is unapologetic about the Bajrang Dal's role in "reconversions" in Orissa.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • "reconversions", almost always at gunpoint and knifepoint, shaving helpless heads and adding them to their list of triumphs.

    The Times of India

  • Occasionally, the rhetorical pudding feels over-egged: there were certainly more often genuine reconversions of Protestants to Catholicism at the start of the reign than previous scholars were aware of, or wanted to admit, though whether this really qualifies as a “tidal wave” is questionable.

    A Not so Bloody Mary ?

  • Base closures and reconversions, the sale of unnecessary facilities, and the downsizing of its R&D institutions all appear to be good moves in this direction.

    THE COMMANDING HEIGHTS

  • Base closures and reconversions, the sale of unnecessary facilities

    The Commanding Heights

  • Be aware that the IRS released regulations in 1999 placing limits on reconversions.

    Investopedia.com Headlines

  • However, timing limits apply to these reconversions.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Allegations of forced conversions / reconversions and subsequent communal tensions have surfaced from time to time.

    Shadow Warrior

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