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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reestablish.

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Examples

  • With each book, you need to have the narrative terms reestablished with fresh elements.

    "MAIN" via Steve in Google Reader

  • “Yes, time will pass; time, which arranges all things, and the old relations will be reestablished,” Alexey Alexandrovitch told himself; “so far reestablished, that is, that I shall not be sensible of a break in the continuity of my life.

    Anna Karenina

  • Alexandrovitch told himself; "so far reestablished, that is, that

    Anna Karenina

  • As its creative team -- Julie Taymor, Bono, The Edge and Glen Berger -- lost and reestablished funders, worked up a $65m budget, and both intrigued and annoyed a Broadway community dismayed by the effect of an expensive musical about a comic-book hero on the complacent Broadway order, the production garnered unrelenting scrutiny.

    Barbie Zelizer: Let Broadway's Spider Man Finish What It Started

  • But the arrival of Yu Darvish has reestablished that major-league clubs will pay big for Japanese pitching, as Darvish signed a reported six-year, $60 million contract with the Texas Rangers on Wednesday—on top of a $51.7 million posting fee paid to Darvish's old team, the Nippon-Ham Fighters.

    A Former Ham Fighter Brings Home the Bacon

  • He shut himself away like a hermit and returned to contributing to periodicals, including the recently reestablished (1820) London Magazine, to which he contributed drama criticism and miscellaneous essays.

    March « 2009 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • He shut himself away like a hermit and returned to contributing to periodicals, including the recently reestablished (1820) London Magazine, to which he contributed drama criticism and miscellaneous essays.

    william hazlitt | the man of letters « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • As its creative team -- Julie Taymor, Bono, The Edge and Glen Berger -- lost and reestablished funders, worked up a $65m budget, and both intrigued and annoyed a Broadway community dismayed by the effect of an expensive musical about a comic-book hero on the complacent Broadway order, the production garnered unrelenting scrutiny.

    Barbie Zelizer: Let Broadway's Spider Man Finish What It Started

  • The year began with a mutiny at the reestablished posts on the South Branch, followed by mass escapes.

    George Washington’s First War

  • By the time I arrived in 1958, Japan had reestablished its international role as an economic and political power.

    Made in Japan - 2

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