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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of relaunch.

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Examples

  • There's been many other older dance labels relaunched which have just mined the back catalogues and updated them with new remixes, says Whittaker.

    Dance music gets nostalgic: the disco and rave reissue boom

  • It essentially shut down in 1977, after which The Limited bought the name and relaunched it as, in the words of musician-writer David Byrne, "a kind of homoerotic, fascist chic outpost."

    The Man Who Lived on a Shoe

  • Until today, the Serbian text in New York asked the UN to debate the ruling, to agree that secession was "unacceptable" and that negotiations on all "open issues" should be relaunched, meaning the years of UN-brokered talks that led to Kosovo's independence would be undone.

    Serbia drops UN challenge to Kosovo independence

  • The Democratic Alliance "relaunched" itself as a "party of government" prepared to rule the country in Johannesburg on Saturday.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The home was 'relaunched', was it, with regular family meals ?

    December 21, 2003

  • The home was 'relaunched', was it, with regular family meals ?

    Merry Victorian Christmas To All ....

  • The home was 'relaunched', was it, with regular family meals ?

    Archive 2003-12-21

  • The 'relaunched' company, with its headquarters on Conduit Street in Mayfair, is set to open a diverse line of high-end, luxury goods in London in March and in India some time this year.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • The 'relaunched' company, with its headquarters on Conduit Street in Mayfair, is set to open a diverse line of high-end, luxury goods in London in March and in India some time this year.

    SiliconIndia.com

  • The 'relaunched' company, with its headquarters on Conduit Street in Mayfair, is set to open a diverse line of high-end, luxury goods in London in March and in India some time this year.

    SiliconIndia.com

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