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reincorporating

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  • verb Present participle of reincorporate.

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Examples

  • Almost formless, I kept moving, a mass of writhing reincorporating flesh, all sliding back together into the shape of one very angry vampire.

    Crossed

  • Others, like National Geographic, are broad based tour operators reincorporating Cuba in their portfolio.

    John McAuliff: How Obama Can Truly Open Cuba To Travelers

  • Making the U.S. a "health insurance free trade zone" would allow consumers to avoid unhealthy regulation and encourage states with anachronistic health insurance regulations to deregulate, or face the risk of health insurers reincorporating elsewhere.

    Health Insurance Regulation, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Almost formless, I kept moving, a mass of writhing reincorporating flesh, all sliding back together into the shape of one very angry vampire.

    Crossed

  • And by replacing us, reincorporating us, in our myth, in our mythic, in our religious context, we make another shape for ourselves.

    Miriam’s Daughters Now

  • But the limited cooperation Switzerland promised won't affect another trend drawing scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers: companies with U.S. headquarters reincorporating there to avoid taxes.

    Swiss to Relax Bank Secrecy Laws

  • In a trend that has gained momentum over the past six months, numerous U.S. companies are reincorporating from tax-friendly locations like Bermuda and the Cayman Islands to Switzerland and Ireland, in an effort to cope with what are expected to be significant changes in how the U.S. taxes multinational corporations.

    Accenture Is Seeking To Change Tax Locales

  • Al Sistani the other day announced he was against reincorporating Baathists into the government which is the most important benchmark so the political solution Petraeus is looking for is still stalemated.

    McCain To Tie Himself More Tightly To Iraq War

  • He outlined his vision for reincorporating the South into the Union, only to meet with fierce resistance from his own cabinet.

    Lincoln's Lessons for a New President

  • Several big U.S. companies are reincorporating from Bermuda to Switzerland, helping them avoid expected legislation aimed at corporations located in tax havens.

    Swiss Gain as Tax Plan Dims Bermuda's Allure

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