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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinter.

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Examples

  • Some of the remains may be sent back to Ireland for burial, but most will probably be reinterred in a cemetery outside Philadelphia.

    The Mystery of Duffy's Cut

  • Elsensohn will be reinterred on Saturday, May 29, in his family's plot at

    Heroes or Villains?

  • She wished that the honoured bones of her uncle be reinterred there.

    Kings of Lindsey

  • And while he's having his son's remains reinterred here, he wants Congress to enact legislation to allow families to have headstones of their loved ones at Arlington but allow them to be buried somewhere else where there's better oversight.

    Iraq Veteran's Body Is Exhumed At Arlington

  • She wished that the honoured bones of her uncle be reinterred there.

    Kings of Lindsey

  • She wished that the honoured bones of her uncle be reinterred there.

    Kings of Lindsey

  • On December 10, 1910, she was reinterred at the Post Oak Mission in Cache.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • She wished that the honoured bones of her uncle be reinterred there.

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  • Hadrian survived his wife by barely a year, dying at Baiae on 10 July 138, at age sixty-two, possibly of coronary heart disease.52 In 139 his remains were dug up from their temporary resting place in the gardens of Domitia and reinterred in his just completed fifty-meter-high mausoleum overlooking the Tiber, alongside those of Sabina.

    Caesars’ Wives

  • She wished that the honoured bones of her uncle be reinterred there.

    Kings of Lindsey

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