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  • verb Present participle of reinvade.

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  • "reinvading" Iraq, an invasion which will no doubt depend largely on America's ability to spare large numbers of additional troops as it continues to escalate the war in

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  • Pointing to recurrent and unveiled Israeli threats this summer of reinvading Lebanese territory if the anti-Israel Hezbollah party was included in the new Lebanese government -- a certainty because of the number of parliamentary seats the Shiite group won in Lebanon's June elections -- Jumblatt warned that the Israelis "are not hiding that, they are saying we will attack or we will one day come to Lebanon again."

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  • That capability kept the Iranians away, it kept them from reinvading Iraq.

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  • He thought that faking having the weapons would prevent the Iranians from reinvading Iraq, he tells Pelley.

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  • CLARK: You probably will not see a coalition like the Gulf War, probably not that broad, unless Saddam Hussein does something that we could consider a cause of war, like reinvading Kuwait or using weapons of mass destruction against his neighbors, or maybe against some elements in his own country.

    CNN Transcript Aug 3, 2002

  • At present religion and culture alike are struggling against the waves of barbarism reinvading.

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  • The new General at once placed William Tecumseh Sherman at the head of an army of a hundred thousand men at Chattanooga for the purpose of reinvading Georgia, sent General Butler with forty thousand up the

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  • The film was shot, apparently without Mr Netanyahu's knowledge, nine years ago, when the government of Ariel Sharon had started reinvading the main cities of the West Bank to crush Palestinian resistance in the early stages of the second intifada.

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  • The film was shot, apparently without Mr Netanyahu's knowledge, nine years ago, when the government of Ariel Sharon had started reinvading the main cities of the West Bank to crush Palestinian resistance in the early stages of the second intifada.

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  • The film was shot, apparently without Mr Netanyahu's knowledge, nine years ago, when the government of Ariel Sharon had started reinvading the main cities of the West Bank to crush Palestinian resistance in the early stages of the second intifada.

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