Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of reuse.

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Examples

  • Similarly, an old building on an urban site, adapted and reused, is greener than any new building on a newly developed site.

    The Green Case for Cities

  • While I don't doubt that every effort will be made by profit-driven corporations to develop ways to produce goods even if rare minerals are fully depleted, the gulf between now and a future where minerals can be safely reclaimed and reused is fretfully wide.

    Boing Boing

  • A small New Jersey organic plant food company (TerraCycle) whose products are made from earthworm droppings and sold in reused soda bottles is the subject of a 177 page ...

    Scotts Miracle-Gro Sues TerraCycle

  • Of course my workplace being and old Iraqi Airbase that we "reused" that went well with my coworkers, the ACLU, Brady Bunch, and all the other Antis weren't called.

    The Rules of Gunfighting

  • - As part of its promise to highlight who's benefiting from all the linking done to newspaper articles across the web, the Fair Syndication Consortium says that in a recent 30-day period, more than 75,000 sites "reused" a newspaper article without sharing ad revenue with the original source.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Fair Syndication Consortium says that in a recent 30-day period, more than 75,000 sites "reused" a newspaper article without sharing ad revenue with the original source.

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  • - The Register reports how over a 30-day period in October and November 2009, more than 75,000 websites 'reused' at least one newspaper article without sharing revenue with the publisher, according to a new study by the Fair Syndication Consortium.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Some Pennsylvania drilling wastewater is reused or trucked out-of-state for disposal underground.

    Pa. seeks more water tests for drilling pollution

  • One is Rostron Brow, in Stockport, where developers reused existing brick, stone and slate as well as redundant timber beams and stone features.

    Fed up of 'Legoland' estates? Then reject plans, says housing minister

  • As G&A goes on to point out, this image was reused many times in the "Golden Age."

    Archive 2009-02-01

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