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  • verb Present participle of reintegrate.


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  • They come out worse than they went in: more hostile, more angry, older, and less prepared, less able, and, sometimes, less interested in reintegrating as law-abiding citizens.

    The Care and Feeding of the Prison Industrial System

  • In my view, these elements are keys to Canada's future and our economic health will be directly related to the degree to which we succeed in reintegrating them into our system of economic values.

    Keys to Canada's Future

  • Georgia and Israel are linked now, as Gideon Levy says, by Israel's decision to supply arms and training to the project of "reintegrating" Georgia's pro-Russian sectors.

    David Bromwich: Georgia and the Push for Cold War

  • We know that this hospital specializes in bringing soldiers back from the war and kind of reintegrating them into society.

    CNN Transcript Jul 2, 2008

  • After a few months of reflection, the administration decided that the Reagan policy was worth pursuing, and came up with the idea, or slogan (suggested by or borrowed from Shevardnadze) of "reintegrating" a reformed Soviet Union into the "world community."

    Bush Abroad

  • Tsvangirai had brought up the subject in the context of "reintegrating"

    The Bearded Man

  • In a brief section on "reintegrating" insurgent fighters into Afghan society, the commander of the International Security Assistance Force reviews the most basic reality of counterinsurgent warfare.


  • Military veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan who face challenges "reintegrating" into society may become terrorists or "lone wolf extremists."

    One Old Vet

  • January 21, 2009: The government continues to wrestle with the problem of "reintegrating" former LRA fighters.

  • Italy is densely populated and has a history of violent earthquakes, however, and that meant the process of reintegrating nuclear energy was always going to go very slowly, says Pierre-Louis Brenac , an energy consultant at SIA Conseil in France.

    Japan Crisis Dims Nuclear Plans


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