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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reheat.

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Examples

  • As university tuition fees bang through the £10,000 barrier, here (gently reheated from a few weeks ago) are some statistics on journalism as a career produced by François Nel at the University of Central Lancashire.

    Planning a career in journalism? Check the facts first

  • The food was dreadful, salty and reheated, which is something we haven't experienced even in the smallest most remote village.

    TravelPod.com Recent Updates

  • The food was dreadful, salty and reheated, which is something we haven't experienced even in the smallest most remote village.

    TravelPod.com Recent Updates

  • The Tories pledged to back reforms, but William Hague accused ministers of trying to 'hide their embarrassment' about the cash-for-influence row with 'reheated' old proposals.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Philip Hammond, the shadow chief secretary, said the "reheated" policies showed Labour's

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • "reheated" nature to some of the targets like travel and advertising.

    Socialist Party Main leads

  • But I can guarantee that the distraction trope will be pulled out of the refrigerator and reheated again and again as the curmudgeons raise alarms about the destructive power of the next shiny thing.

    Jeff Jarvis: The Distraction Trope

  • But I can guarantee that the distraction trope will be pulled out of the refrigerator and reheated again and again as the curmudgeons raise alarms about the destructive power of the next shiny thing.

    Jeff Jarvis: The Distraction Trope

  • His book is essentially a reheated, less assured version of Helen Langdon's meticulous cultural history, "Caravaggio" 1998, which remains by far the best—and best produced—biography of the artist.

    The Misery Memoirist

  • Warming his hands on his reheated mug he sat at the kitchen table to consider his next move.

    The Hole in the Wall « A Fly in Amber

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