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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reintegrate.

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Examples

  • Nobody reintegrates to the losing side, said Marine Gen. James Mattis, commander of Central Command, which oversees operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    U.S. seizes 'moment' to try to flip Taliban

  • "We use the family as a way to dramatize how Brody reintegrates into his old life and how difficult that is," Gansa says.

    Is Showtime's Homeland TV's First Post-Post-9/11 Show?

  • • Yellow Ribbon Program: Prepares National Guard and Reserve members and their families for deployments, sustains their families during deployments and reintegrates servicemembers with their families, communities and employers upon re-deployment or release from active duty

    Information and Support for Guardsmen and Families - SpouseBUZZ

  • Nobody reintegrates to the losing side, said Marine Gen. James Mattis, commander of Central Command, which oversees operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    U.S. seizes 'moment' to try to flip Taliban

  • It's my hope that this country can leave its primitive, punitive approach to criminal justice behind in favor of a more enlightened one, one that retains some of the mercy I hear in my friend's final words, a restorative approach that heals and reintegrates victims and families and offenders alike.

    Bob Cowser: Petit Murders and the Death Penalty

  • It's my hope that this country can leave its primitive, punitive approach to criminal justice behind in favor of a more enlightened one, one that retains some of the mercy I hear in my friend's final words, a restorative approach that heals and reintegrates victims and families and offenders alike.

    Bob Cowser: Petit Murders and the Death Penalty

  • It's my hope that this country can leave its primitive, punitive approach to criminal justice behind in favor of a more enlightened one, one that retains some of the mercy I hear in my friend's final words, a restorative approach that heals and reintegrates victims and families and offenders alike.

    Bob Cowser: Petit Murders and the Death Penalty

  • It's my hope that this country can leave its primitive, punitive approach to criminal justice behind in favor of a more enlightened one, one that retains some of the mercy I hear in my friend's final words, a restorative approach that heals and reintegrates victims and families and offenders alike.

    Bob Cowser: Petit Murders and the Death Penalty

  • It's my hope that this country can leave its primitive, punitive approach to criminal justice behind in favor of a more enlightened one, one that retains some of the mercy I hear in my friend's final words, a restorative approach that heals and reintegrates victims and families and offenders alike.

    Bob Cowser: Petit Murders and the Death Penalty

  • It's my hope that this country can leave its primitive, punitive approach to criminal justice behind in favor of a more enlightened one, one that retains some of the mercy I hear in my friend's final words, a restorative approach that heals and reintegrates victims and families and offenders alike.

    Bob Cowser: Petit Murders and the Death Penalty

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