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  • v. Present participle of reemerge.

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Examples

  • She threw herself into his arms and they both sank for a moment, reemerging and laughing like two teenagers.

    Olivia

  • HONG KONG — Major Asian markets ended mostly down Thursday on reemerging economic worries about Europe and after a decline on Wall Street, with Japanese shares tumbling as the yen rallied against the U.S. dollar.

    Asian Stocks Mixed

  • After Kennedy's assassination, a heartbroken Sorensen largely withdrew from politics, reemerging for a short-lived run for U.S. Senate and an abortive nomination to be director of the CIA under President Carter.

    Kennedy Aide Ted Sorensen Dies At 82

  • Funds are reemerging that are hungry for opportunities but also acutely aware they will need to use an entirely different set of tactics.

    Humble P.E.

  • I apparently would have an onstage handler, someone with me at all times, as we wend our way around the crowded set in a huge figure eight—descending a giant staircase, exiting stage right, traveling behind the set, and reemerging onto the shopping street.

    Suiting Up for the Met

  • And now in your bit of is-it-news: The Today Show this morning had a curious segment on Dannielynn Smith, Anna Nicole Smith's daughter who is now reemerging into the spotlight after rare photographs of her were published recently, four years after her mother's tragic death.

    Anna Nicole Smith Daughter Dannielynn Is Her Spitting Image

  • By restoring power to the unions, strength and buying power to the reemerging middle class, we will eliminate the fierce battle being waged in Washington and regain our rightful place as the preeminent military and economic leader in the free world.

    Rabbi Samuel April: Class Warfare?: No Class, No War, No Fair

  • She started as a congressional aide in the 1980s, became a midlevel Republican operative, then briefly left politics, reemerging in 2009 as founder of a tea party group before stepping down amid continued questions about whether her actions were appropriate for the spouse of a Supreme Court justice.

    Justice's Wife Assumes Role Of De Facto Tea Party Lobbyist

  • She started as a congressional aide in the 1980s, became a midlevel Republican operative, then briefly left politics, reemerging in 2009 as founder of a...

    Justice's Wife Assumes Role Of De Facto Tea Party Lobbyist

  • Then she was gone, diving into the lake, breaking through the surface with a soft splash and then reemerging a few meters out, her arms working in lazy strokes as she kicked away from me.

    The Cold Pools « A Fly in Amber

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