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  • v. To seal (something) again (in any sense of "apply a seal to").

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  • v. seal again


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  • Someone please tell me? discovered at LAX - apparently you can "reseal" water bottles with the included "cap" sign o 'times; coming out of a meeting, I stuck my head inside Keller Williams Westside Realty and Escrow and Mortgage - not a single human there found suppositories package in medicine cabinet; I know it's technically correct, but that warning sounds a little ...

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  • It is a bid to "reseal" the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), traditionally an exclusive domain of national capitals, parts of which seemed to have leaked to the European Commission in the first half of this decade.

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  • Yellow Tail's sparkling wines are topped with a nifty new "cork" that is easy to open and reseal, preserving the fizz.

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  • There is an inner tank, however, that is welded and may be difficult to enter & reseal to effect repairs, as it is of fairly thin material.

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  • The power suits they sent to the Virginia swamp started yakking it up about deficits and federal debt and revisiting the legitimacy of entitlements and opened up a slimy can of worms they can't seem to reseal.

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  • Different people told me a few things she'd divulged, always sins like “I was unreasonable with my daughter when she was growing up,” or “I was impatient with my in-laws,” — the forgiveness of which just might not drive out snakes, or even reseal a good-sized can of worms.

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  • She did not have time to reseal it as Oryn threw another Radion Blast spell.

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  • He tries to reseal the envelope, but it peels open as soon as he sits in his chair.

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  • Obviously, the cups have holes, but how do they reseal?

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  • After two strong rainfalls in Guadalajara, I was up on my father-in-law's roof last weekend to help a contractor from Chapala clean and reseal his roof.

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