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- v. To incorporate again or in a different manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To incorporate again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To incorporate again.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. incorporate again or anew
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Mix it well and then reincorporate it back into the pot.
The Dutch have given us a plan to reincorporate the water back in to the city, to live with waterways and canals as they do, that would be safer.
The old City of Lents could then reincorporate themselves and chart their own pah.
It also seemed to many Russians that intervening to protect the Ossetian minority from repeated attempts by Georgian troops to forcibly reincorporate them was similar to what NATO had done in the 1990s to protect Kosovars in Kosovo from Serb aggression.
How many would just reincorporate every couple of years to get out of the taxes upon getting five years old?
This allows the potato starch to settle into the bottom, which we are going to reincorporate into the latke mix.
The arrival of Byzantine scholars encouraged a lineage of Western scholars35 to digest and reincorporate an Eastern heritage into a canon that only recently, and contentiously, had absorbed Aristotle.
The Conservatives as I see it wish to reincorporate human knowledge into systems.
In the future, I may reincorporate the curve and passage way in the above pictures into the 7190 redesign.
Interests, hobbies or activities are considered unimportant and not worth any effort to reincorporate into their life.