Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reintroduce.
  • adjective introduced again

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The term was reintroduced in Sweden in the early 1800s when the parliament of Sweden appointed its first ombudsman to give people a place, separate from the king, where their complaints about the country could be heard.

    Your Call Is (Not That) Important to Us

  • Third level fees won't be reintroduced, which is possibly the one thing that was most feared by pensioners and poor people, but registration fees will quietly double instead.

    Bock The Robber

  • There are other that smell similar, I think partly because as others have pointed out, this kind of reintroduced woods to womens fragrances.

    Perfume Review: Feminite de Bois by Shiseido

  • Diet and physical activity should be "reintroduced" as being important in "slowing progression of diabetes and reducing the risk of heart disease" because they're "proven to work".

    Diabetes Daily

  • The situation is aggravated by a media that routinely reprint government talking points - mustangs destroy the land, cost too much to manage, and constitute an invasive species (contradicted by some of the BLM's own websites, which refer to the wild horse as a "reintroduced" animal).

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • The situation is aggravated by a media that routinely reprint government talking points -- mustangs destroy the land, cost too much to manage, and constitute an invasive species (contradicted by some of the BLM's own Web sites, which refer to the wild horse as a "reintroduced" animal).

    High Country News - Most Recent

  • On Tuesday, it "reintroduced" the beta channel for some early feedback, and on the

    ChannelWeb Complete Feed

  • On Tuesday, it "reintroduced" the beta channel for some early feedback, and on the

    ChannelWeb Complete Feed

  • It aims to force villagers into sites controlled by the army, where they are forced to build roads to link up military installations, then 'reintroduced' into what the Karen Human Rights Group (KHRG) calls "forced labour villages".

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • It aims to force villagers into sites controlled by the army, where they are forced to build roads to link up military installations, then 'reintroduced' into what the Karen Human Rights Group (KHRG) calls "forced labour villages".

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

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