reinterviewing love

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reinterview.

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Examples

  • The second wave had a 62 percent reinterview rate, which is on par with the reinterviewing rates of the General Social Survey and National Election Studies, the two primary omnibus national surveys used by sociologists and political scientists and funded by the National Science Foundation.

    American Grace

  • As noted in previous chapters and as described in Appendix 2, we used this approach to explore issues of causation by reinterviewing our original 2006 Faith Matters respondents a year later.

    American Grace

  • They have been narrowing their search by reviewing lists of tens of thousands of potential suspects, revisiting neighborhoods, reinterviewing witnesses and, ultimately, surveilling people and collecting their DNA.

    Police make push to find 'East Coast Rapist' via billboards, Web site

  • They have been narrowing their search by reviewing lists of tens of thousands of potential suspects, revisiting neighborhoods, reinterviewing witnesses and, ultimately, surveilling people and collecting their DNA.

    Police make push to find 'East Coast Rapist' via billboards, Web site

  • They have been narrowing their search by reviewing lists of tens of thousands of potential suspects, revisiting neighborhoods, reinterviewing witnesses and, ultimately, surveilling people and collecting their DNA.

    Police make push to find 'East Coast Rapist' via billboards, Web site

  • I worked sixteen-hour days interviewing and reinterviewing witnesses, lawyers, and family members and friends of both Selena and her murderer.

    Make Your Life Prime Time

  • I worked sixteen-hour days interviewing and reinterviewing witnesses, lawyers, and family members and friends of both Selena and her murderer.

    Make Your Life Prime Time

  • As a result, they're not going to start the reinterviewing until tomorrow, Saturday.

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2009

  • I worked sixteen-hour days interviewing and reinterviewing witnesses, lawyers, and family members and friends of both Selena and her murderer.

    Make Your Life Prime Time

  • I worked sixteen-hour days interviewing and reinterviewing witnesses, lawyers, and family members and friends of both Selena and her murderer.

    Make Your Life Prime Time

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