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  • verb Present participle of reinter.

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Examples

  • Their still recovering war dead all thruout the pacific and seeing that its properly buried, graves recovery teams are on most of the islands reclaiming and reinterring war dead, of all nations, the japanese reclaim the japanese and they return the americans and allies to their nation of origin when ever possible.

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  • Millett purchased a large piece of land in Anson to accommodate his relatives, drew a large family tree on the ground with orange spray paint, and started digging up, transporting, and reinterring the remains of his forebears, each in the appropriate spot.

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  • "You are a liar," said Mrs. Peters, reinterring the note.

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  • After reinterring the remains, which were gathered together from an area of a quarter of a mile, and erecting a monument,

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  • The occasion was the reinterring of the remains of Samuel Merlin, a founder of a small but brazen band of militant Zionists and Holocaust rescue activists who shook America and challenged the Jewish establishment in the 1940s, but who until recently have been largely excluded from official Holocaust history.

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  • The occasion was the reinterring of the remains of Samuel Merlin, a founder of a small but brazen band of militant Zionists and Holocaust rescue activists who shook America and challenged the Jewish establishment in the 1940s, but who until recently have been largely excluded from official Holocaust history.

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  • But the Emperor Alexander, on hearing of the event, would not allow remains so honorable to be divided from the land of their birth; and such high and sincere homage to the undaunted heroism and universally acknowledged integrity of the lamented dead found no difficulty in obtaining the distinguishing object sought, that of transferring his virtue - consecrated relics to the shrine of ancient Christian Poland, the city of Cracow, and there reinterring them in the great royal cemetery of the most revered patriots of the kingdom.

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