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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinform.


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  • Recent events will have reinformed the reality that financial markets are the most globalised of our markets and that, as a consequence, a financial crisis in one market is seldom contained by national borders.

    Jason Pielemeier: How Obama Can Improve the World 2009

  • "We're seeing an increasing backlash as the public becomes reinformed about the negative consequences of gambling," says John Kindt, a gambling critic and business professor at the University of Illinois.

    Will Gambling Continue to Grow? All Bets Are Off Dale Buss 2009

  • And what we've done is put articles up the JAMA, the Journal of American Medical Association's web site on these bioterrorism elements, so that physicians can really be reinformed, rekindle that knowledge they got a long time ago in medical school.

    CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2001 2001

  • The form construction shown by Fig. 197 is one used by a large firm of reinformed concrete builders.

    Concrete Construction Methods and Costs Halbert Powers Gillette

  • - not to mention reinformed of the links between seemingly disparate groups like Traffic and Television.

    The Full Feed from Hank Bordowitz 2012


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