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  • verb Present participle of reidentify.

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Examples

  • Fourthly and perhaps most importantly, robustness has to do with the possibility or reidentifying a component of the wave over time, and thus talking about trajectories, whether spatial or not

    ...anything but love...

  • I learned the names of some new flowers by reidentifying them a dozen times until the common names finally began to stick and some naturally made more sense than others.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • I learned the names of some new flowers by reidentifying them a dozen times until the common names finally began to stick and some naturally made more sense than others.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • I learned the names of some new flowers by reidentifying them a dozen times until the common names finally began to stick and some naturally made more sense than others.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • I learned the names of some new flowers by reidentifying them a dozen times until the common names finally began to stick and some naturally made more sense than others.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • We take it for granted that brain duplication will preserve the psychological properties normally relevant to reidentifying persons and we also take it for granted that the original brain continues to embody these properties even after it is duplicated.

    Relative Identity

  • It can be argued, however, that allowing this kind of entity undermines Wiggins's opposition to those, like Ayers, who think that the concept for reidentifying objects is, or often is, something more generic than sortal concepts; something akin to material body.

    Substance

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