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  • v. Present participle of regroup.
  • n. A new grouping.


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  • Let us say that NATO goes forward with what you call regrouping, what others call tactical retreat.

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  • I’m just in regrouping mode here, and have been for about a year.

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  • 'Better Than Therapy', a fascinating 52-minute documentary on the Police reunion, is included with the concert and it dramatically illustrates the group dynamics and hard-won concessions that came into play before the regrouping was a go.

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  • And this is bad news because when you've got kind of a radicalized movement and an organization which is regrouping, that is very -- potentially very damaging.

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  • Now we are saying the Taliban are "regrouping" when is not clear they ever degrouped.

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  • I also will be visiting my mother this trip... a kind of regrouping time, which is much needed after such an emotional visit at my dad's.

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  • Blacklock's legal advisers were "regrouping" and deciding how to proceed.

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  • But it looks like they are kind of regrouping, putting together exactly what they're -- what they're going to do.

    CNN Transcript Sep 28, 2006

  • He said the AWB was "regrouping" and was expected to have a mass meeting on Church Square in Pretoria in December.

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  • This is not to mention his continued prosecution of the war for four long years in the hope of winning it, with the concomitant policy of herding two million Muslims into "regrouping" camps, some of which reminded visitors of Nazi tactics during the Second World War.

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