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  • noun A second or subsequent assimilation


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  • Wheeler tore his ACL in mid-April, and although Glasgow head coach Sam Royse said his designated hitter didn't seem bothered by any lingering pain, his reassimilation into the lineup will be slow.

    Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY Homepage

  • Wilson, now the officer in charge of the Recruit Sustainment Program in Lansing, said that the National Guard provided extensive reassimilation training at his departure site in Kuwait, his return site in Fort Hood, Texas, and his home in Michigan.


  • This has been a tendency toward reassimilation of the U.S.A., into the British empire by the Wall Street gang whenever the wrong political flavor of candidate has gained the Presidency and control over the U.S.

    LaRouche's Latest

  • For those who have served, "The Best Years Of Our Lives" becomes an easy way to illustrate the problems of reassimilation to those who have not.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • After the Wizard’s banishment, the Animals didn’t rush for reassimilation.

    Son of a Witch

  • "It is small businesses like Five Points that are driving veteran reassimilation.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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