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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinjure.

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Examples

  • Deehan's team also found that players were typically off for 12 days if they were reinjured, which is a day less than for the first injury.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the ESPN report later changed the word "reinjured" to "tweaked."

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  • According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the ESPN report later changed the word "reinjured" to "tweaked."

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  • According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the ESPN report later changed the word "reinjured" to "tweaked."

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  • According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the ESPN report later changed the word "reinjured" to "tweaked."

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  • -- PG Jackson reinjured his broken left foot in the Big Ten tournament loss to Minnesota and may have to undergo further offseason surgery to repair a screw in the left foot.

    Purdue - Team Notes

  • Stanford's Jayne Appel reinjured her right ankle and finished her final game as a Cardinal shooting 0 for 12 in the loss to Connecticut in the NCAA championship game.

    Stanford's Jayne Appel ends great career scoreless and hurt

  • Forces, but in a helicopter accident in the Canal Zone he reinjured a shoulder that he'd originally hurt playing football and ended up in Heidelberg as an administrative assistant.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • It was his first major-league game since Aug. 7, when he reinjured his left hamstring.

    A Day After the Storm, Sun Shines on the Mets

  • Niese reinjured the muscle in his right ribcage that first bothered him last week in San Diego, and Hairston injured a muscle in his left ribcage.

    Cahill Must Tremble at Sight of Pinstripes

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