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

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Examples

  • But now we have to do reinterviews of people that are having fun getting in the spotlight.

    CNN Transcript Jul 31, 2003

  • QUESTION: Are there reinterviews that have raised suspicions, like Mr Ricci?

    CNN Transcript Jun 24, 2002

  • He was part of those reinterviews, and during the course questions arose as to his conduct and his involvement in this, and that's when we centered on him.

    CNN Transcript Jun 24, 2002

  • I know they'll reinterviews of people they've already spoken to.

    CNN Transcript May 28, 2002

  • DINSE: Are there any other reinterviews, you mean of individuals?

    CNN Transcript Jun 24, 2002

  • More than two dozen homicide detectives and FBI agents conducted reinterviews.

    Violets Are Blue

  • Next, the bureau systematically reinterviews 5 percent of the households that each census worker visits to confirm that all of the 600,000 census takers followed training protocols and produced accurate data.

    News

  • But there were sixteen of that first already-vetted group who demanded more careful attention—reinterviews, records checks, travel and time line indexing, overseas liaison—and there were still over fifty to go who hadn’t been looked at at all.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • But there were sixteen of that first already-vetted group who demanded more careful attention—reinterviews, records checks, travel and time line indexing, overseas liaison—and there were still over fifty to go who hadn’t been looked at at all.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • But there were sixteen of that first already-vetted group who demanded more careful attention—reinterviews, records checks, travel and time line indexing, overseas liaison—and there were still over fifty to go who hadn’t been looked at at all.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

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