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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinterview.

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Examples

  • Researchers reinterviewed both generations in 1973 and again in 1982.

    American Grace

  • But that seems unlikely given the evidence from our 2007 follow-up survey, where we reinterviewed the same people as in the summer of 2006.

    American Grace

  • How is it that someone without a single major released film credit to her name could have been interviewed and reinterviewed and asked – already – what she's planning to do when she's too old to play leading roles?

    Who's Jessica Chastain? Hollywood's secret star finally takes centre stage

  • In addition, 300 interviews, not short interviews, sometimes interviews of six or seven hours long, with over 200 people, meaning we reinterviewed people when we would piece stories together, go back to people, and say, we want to make sure these accounts fit together.

    CNN Transcript Jan 11, 2010

  • During that time, Sergeant Glade Austin had, of course, reinterviewed Ron Reynolds—to little avail.

    In the Still of the Night

  • During that time, Sergeant Glade Austin had, of course, reinterviewed Ron Reynolds—to little avail.

    In the Still of the Night

  • Police said the detectives reinterviewed the boys Tuesday night and were canvassing the neighborhood, an area of single family-houses in the western part of the county about five miles south of Interstate 66.

    Young brothers foil attempted abduction

  • Swedish investigators then reinterviewed the two women, wanting to clarify their allegations before talking to Mr. Assange, according to Mr. Borgstrom.

    New Details Reveal More About Problems Assange Faces

  • During that time, Sergeant Glade Austin had, of course, reinterviewed Ron Reynolds—to little avail.

    In the Still of the Night

  • I ultimately reinterviewed Tweedy over the phone and added about four hundred words for contextual purposes, but I still wonder if I should have traveled back to Chicago and rereported the entire thing.

    Chuck Klosterman on Pop

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