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  • verb Present participle of reflourish.

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Examples

  • He describes the history of knowledge and arts, and all things besides, as exhibiting "a kind of circular progress," by which he means that they have a birth, growth, nourishing, failing and fading, and then within a while after a resurrection and reflourishing.

    The Idea of Progress An inguiry into its origin and growth

  • Back then, expectations were that the toppling of Saddam Hussein a year earlier and the country's reabsorption into the international community would bring with it an economic reflourishing - and the bourse was touted as a tool to tap into the country's potential.

    WISTV - Local News RSS

  • Back then, expectations were that the toppling of Saddam Hussein a year earlier and the country's re-absorption into the international community would bring with it economic reflourishing - and the bourse was touted as a tool to tap into the country's potential.

    The Daily Star > Politics

  • Back then, expectations were that the toppling of Saddam Hussein a year earlier and the country's reabsorption into the international community would bring with it an economic reflourishing - and the bourse was touted as a tool to tap into the country's potential.

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  • Back then, expectations were that the toppling of Saddam Hussein a year earlier and the country's reabsorption into the international community would bring with it an economic reflourishing - and the bourse was touted as a tool to tap into the country's potential.

    The Guardian World News

  • Two articles were posted on Israel National News illustrating just how hard it is to keep a good chosen people down. reflourishing of Zionism at Jerusalem's elite Hebrew University, with a pro-IDF student union and the whole works.

    Kumah - Home of Neo-Zionism and the Aliyah Revolution

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