reidentified

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reidentify.

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Examples

  • Within P. auritus, the subspecies P.a. hispanicus (later reidentified as a subspecies of P. austriacus) was named in 1957, P.a. kolombatovici in 1980, and P.a. begognae in 1990.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Thus far we have been assuming that the criterion of personal identity relevant to our practical concerns will answer to what Schechtman 1996 calls a reidentification question: what are the conditions under which a person at one point in time is properly reidentified at another point in time?

    Personal Identity and Ethics

  • Within P. auritus, the subspecies P.a. hispanicus (later reidentified as a subspecies of P. austriacus) was named in 1957, P.a. kolombatovici in 1980, and P.a. begognae in 1990.

    The first new European mammal in 100 years? You must be joking

  • A Titanic victim identified five years ago as 13-month-old Eino Panula has been reidentified as 19-month-old Sidney Leslie Goodwin.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • It had been considered a Guarneri for most of its lifetime, but had been reassessed by Beare's and reidentified as an Amati; Guarneri having been apprenticed to Amati in Cremona, some confusion seemed not impossible.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • It had been considered a Guarneri for most of its lifetime, but had been reassessed by Beare's and reidentified as an Amati; Guarneri having been apprenticed to Amati in Cremona, some confusion seemed not impossible.

    Strad fad?

  • This is not to say that they could be reidentified under the purely generic notions body or physical thing, if there were no continuity of manifest properties.

    Substance

  • Newspapers raved that El Dorado had at last been found, when in fact the expedition had only reidentified one of the many Precolumbian sites recorded in the 1950s by Hans Ertl, formerly Hitler's photographer.

    Atlantis in Bolivia?

  • We had had a Republican senator elected in '66 from Birmingham, but he changed after ... after one session he changed, not his registration, but reidentified as a Democrat.

    Oral History Interview with Bert Nettles, July 13, 1974. Interview A-0015. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • There was some evidence that the Russian offensive was under strain, for units which had fought in Finland and Rumania had already been reidentified in the central and southern sectors.

    Barbarossa

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