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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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The capitalist class had defeated the Southern slave owners only decades before and through the 1870s had reassimilated those exploiters of black skins into a more "modern" order.
The History of May Day Abhay N 2007
Carbon freed from the geologic cycle is not reassimilated into nature.
Bushie, you're doing a heckuva job Nancy Jane Moore 2006
ZARRELLA: Well, they don't really ever give you any explanations for a lot of the decisions that they take here in Havana, but the one thing that they were saying was that they felt as if, because he had spent so much time with his father and with his family, with his friends, in the Washington, D.C. suburb, that he was being reassimilated at that point.
CNN Transcript - Breaking News: Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Gonzalez Family Appeal - June 28, 2000 2000
It may be that they go right back to Cardenas, the hometown in Cuba, where they can begin to be reassimilated into the normal life back in their hometown in Cuba.
CNN Transcript - Breaking News: Supreme Court Rejects Miami Family's Petition; Elian Gonzalez Eligible to Leave U.S. Today - June 28, 2000 2000
A spring and summer dominated. by images of confused bovines - inside and outside Downing Street - had provided a comfort blanket of mundanity as they reassimilated themselves into the very British realm of the unremarkable.
Country of the Blind Brookmyre, Christopher, 1968- 1997
The shadows inside and the hum of voices swallowed him as though he were a big, red, black-legged devil reassimilated in the brewing broth of trouble; but his voice boomed deep and loud after he had disappeared from view.
Rung Ho Mundy, Talbot, 1879-1940 1914
Being, and all finite spirits are portions of his substance, existing a while as separate individuals, and then reassimilated into the general soul.
The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life William Rounseville Alger 1863
Such a perversion, in this case shown by the sadomasochistic illustration, reveals Ballard's attempt at showing how the 'outer world of reality' - packaging - 'must be quantified and eroticized': in other words, accepted as a part of the aggressive aspect of the male sexual instinct, and not 'reassimilated and homogenized into its most digestible form', an invitation to the boredom and jaded excitements of socially-approved sexuality.
Indeed, it appears as though Daniel left the island and has now reassimilated himself as a scientist, a much higher position that Sawyer and the gang achieved.
'The past … is reassimilated and homogenized into its most digestible form.
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