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  • verb Present participle of reerect.

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Examples

  • I have also been a keen observer of your exploits over the years—from reerecting the Capstone of the Great Pyramid to your efforts in recent months to rebuild the mythic Machine.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • I have also been a keen observer of your exploits over the years—from reerecting the Capstone of the Great Pyramid to your efforts in recent months to rebuild the mythic Machine.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • I have also been a keen observer of your exploits over the years—from reerecting the Capstone of the Great Pyramid to your efforts in recent months to rebuild the mythic Machine.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • However, the official Antiquities Service was undermanned and incapable of taking proper care of the ancient remains, and so on January 6, 1837, on the initiative of a wealthy merchant named Constantinos Belios, a group of scholars and politicians founded the Archaeological Society at Athens with the goals of locating, reerecting, and restoring the antiquities of Greece.

    Archaeological Society at Athens « Interactive Dig Crete – Zominthos Project

  • Sometimes I would awaken in the darkness without quite knowing what had disturbed my rest, conscious only that there had been sound where no sound belonged, and perhaps faintly aware of whispered words trailing off as my conscious mind began reerecting the barriers that sleep had temporarily lowered.

    The Unquiet

  • Sometimes I would awaken in the darkness without quite knowing what had disturbed my rest, conscious only that there had been sound where no sound belonged, and perhaps faintly aware of whispered words trailing off as my conscious mind began reerecting the barriers that sleep had temporarily lowered.

    The Unquiet

  • The hero, a pontifical notary, is a man of lofty ambition, dreaming in the midst of the depravity of the 14th century of reerecting the old

    The Standard Operaglass Detailed Plots of One Hundred and Fifty-one Celebrated Operas

  • He was too far in the depths to even think of reerecting his life's structure.

    Garrison's Finish : a romance of the race course

  • "Most of the citizens helped in reerecting the statue, but the Christians held aloof from the work," cried the beggar.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • "Most of the citizens helped in reerecting the statue, but the Christians held aloof from the work," cried the beggar.

    The Emperor — Volume 10

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