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- v. To sheath again, to return to its sheath.
The cyclic rhythm of sex hormone production in young women unsheath and resheath axions and retracts neurons.
As he moved to resheath the weapon, Ariakas looked at his sword and nearly dropped the dwarf in his astonishment.
"What is happening, Eiric?" cried Dyvim Slorm, resheath - ing bis mneblade, his other hand striving to control the prancing horse.
This lets you handle other tools without having to resheath your knife.
When you're using his Yamato, and you get to the end of a combo, he'll resheath his Yamato.
[sentence emphasized] god only knows, for it will soon be a year since I have considered how I can resheath my sword, and still I cannot do it.