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  • verb Present participle of reexamine.

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Examples

  • Yet for some, disagreement creates too much cognitive dissonance and the idea of reexamining-and potentially, having to abandon-their preconceptions is too painful.

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  • Yet for some, disagreement creates too much cognitive dissonance and the idea of reexamining-and potentially, having to abandon-their preconceptions is too painful.

    EphBlog

  • Push toward unified computing, aka reexamining of how networking is architected correctly, as both the number of physical processors and virtualization instances explode;

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • * The larger meaning of the Haley Barbour flap: As Matthew Cooper puts it rather delicately, the bigger story is that more and more Republicans are "reexamining" the consensus view that "the segregated south was a deeply unfair place."

    The Morning Plum

  • "President Clinton was amenable to the idea of reexamining the economic motto, it seems some aspects of the economic motto need to be looked at carefully.

    Press Briefing By David Johnson

  • "President Clinton was amenable to the idea of reexamining the economic motto, it seems some aspects of the economic motto need to be looked at carefully.

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  • His time was better spent concentrating on the politics of the issue than sitting for hours at a conference table examining and reexamining the possible implications of every proposed change in the tax code.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • As a result of their reporting, the Army now intends to give special priority to reexamining the cases of soldiers who suffered battlefield concussions but who mistakenly may have been turned down for the Purple Heart, which historically has been awarded to soldiers injured by enemy action.

    Bill Moyers: NPR: The Saga Continues

  • As a result of their reporting, the Army now intends to give special priority to reexamining the cases of soldiers who suffered battlefield concussions but who mistakenly may have been turned down for the Purple Heart, which historically has been awarded to soldiers injured by enemy action.

    Bill Moyers: NPR: The Saga Continues

  • So, in the years ahead, the story of this battle will be told over and over again, with a new generation of Texans, made up of many races and cultures reexamining history.

    Texas Celebrates Battle that Led to Independence from Mexico

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