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ree uh sem buhl

  • v  assemble once again, after taking something apart

  • Of course, a new President can make a difference -- he can reassemble the legislation of the past 20 years that has been taken apart and .
  • Ponnudorai's style is to deconstruct a hackneyed standard, reassemble the parts in startlingly creative ways, and then perform it with a passion that nobody has previously dared.
  • It is now essential that North Korea halt all efforts to reassemble its nuclear facilities, place them back under IAEA supervision, and cooperate fully with the international .
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  • To friend or not to friend: What if William Shakespeare had been a power Facebook user?
    Carnegie Mellon researchers call the project Six Degrees of Francis Bacon (SDFB). But what it is is an great big data mining project that tries to trace the influence and ideas of Bacon, William Shakespeare, Isaac Newton and more than 6,000 others from the 16th-17th centuries to let scholars and students reassemble and discuss or debate the era's networked culture.
    June 13, 2013 - Network World

  • Steve McClaren in CNN International
    He rocked his ankle blocking a shot,McClaren said. "It doesn't look good, but injuries can settle down in 24 hours and it is a critical period. We'll know more on Sunday evening when we reassemble. They have X-ray machines here so we're...
  • David Mitchell in The Age
    We can still make the finals, it's early days,Mitchell said. "But obviously we haven't been happy with the results. We've just got to reassemble ...... and pick up some wins. New Zealand are a better side than last year and they'll be...
  • Wong Kar-wai in
    TORONTO - "Basically, it's like you have a car, and you have to dismantle the car, but then it takes five years to reassemble," says Wong Kar Wai, who, in fact, is not talking about a car.

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