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  • v  undergo resorption

  • The 4,000,000 who came home from World War I found plenty of promises but a country unprepared either to reabsorb or support them.
  • Even an amateur like me knows that a piece of beef needs to rest to reabsorb its juices if you don't want them to end up all over the cutting board, and since a filet need .
  • Forests not only store twice as much carbon as there is in the atmosphere, but constantly reabsorb it through photosynthesis.

  • Claudio Scajola in Los Angeles Times
    You can see that Europe will not have the growth potential it had before the crisis, and it is going to be very low, and if we don't have capacity to grow, we can't reabsorb the unemployed and we'll have a long situation of low growth and a bad job... Joaquin Almunia Jun 29, 2009 80639 108636 reabsorption The sale to Fiat guarantees the future of a historic Piemontese company. In fact, the plan foresees the reabsorption of 1,137 workers, who will be gradually reinserted into their jobs, and the integration with Chrysler for the production in Italy...

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