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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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This radically different, utterly changed, reimprinted, reprogrammed person had to now go play the Copacabana in New York.
You'll be wiped and personality reimprinted for the first as much as for the second and third.
"If he ever gets back to Terra, he can have his memories reimprinted, if he wants; all he'll lose is whatever happened between his last mindscan and the time he used the conditioning."
He would never remember so much as his name unless he was returned to Terra to have the tapes of his latest mindscan reimprinted.