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  • verb Present participle of reland.

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Examples

  • It may be seriously questioned whether the statute passed at the last session does not violate the treaty rights of certain Chinese who left this country with return certificates valid under the old law, and who now seem to be debarred from relanding for lack of the certificates required by the new.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

  • On relanding they lined up on the shore of the lagoon, evidently determined to fight to the finish if the British cruiser sent a party ashore, but the dueling cruiser had disappeared, and at 6 P.M. the German raiders embarked on the old schooner Ayessa, which belongs to Mr. Ross, the "uncrowned king" of the islands.

    The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol 1, Issue 4, January 23, 1915

  • Murat lingered for some time in obscurity near Toulon; and, relanding on the coast of Naples after the King of the Two Sicilies had been re-established on that throne, in the vain hope of exciting an insurrection and recovering what he had lost, was seized, tried, and executed.

    The History of Napoleon Buonaparte

  • Chinese who left this country with return certificates valid under the old law, and who now seem to be debarred from relanding for lack of the certificates required by the new.

    State of the Union Address

  • Having expressed a wish, on relanding, to visit his own palace, which he had left to the care of Mr. Barry during his absence, and from which Madame Guiccioli had early that morning departed, he now proceeded thither, accompanied by Count Gamba alone.

    Life of Lord Byron

  • Having expressed a wish, on relanding, to visit his own palace, which he had left to the care of Mr. Barry during his absence, and from which Madame Guiccioli had early that morning departed, he now proceeded thither, accompanied by Count Gamba alone.

    Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 6 (of 6) With His Letters and Journals

  • Nevertheless, after relanding, the sensation of the D-Day disconnection during the real jump was recreated as the temporary troopers climbed out the aft, left hatch, their

    Arsenal News Blog

  • The Russians embarked, but the guns at Castle Cornet were kept shotted to prevent their relanding. [

    The Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock

  • Russians embarked, but the guns at Castle Cornet were kept shotted to prevent their relanding. [

    The Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock

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