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  • Buildings have been built in one place and reassembled in another throughout history.
  • Early the next morning, the soldiers reassembled the entire village in the square.
  • The parts were then moved to the present site one hundred yards down the road and reassembled.
  • If we do no more than that, it will surely be reassembled again. Cited from A Minstrel In France, by Harry Lauder
  • Subsequent attempts by some former band members to reassemble the band have not been successful.
  • This we did, and upon reassembling it was found that nearly every man had two horses. Cited from The Life of Hon. William F. Cody, by William F. Cody
  • Her body parts are again rushed to the hospital where she is reassembled.
  • Would Richard, with his recent experience, allow the officers to reassemble in general council? Cited from The Life of John Milton, Volume 5 (of 7), 1654-1660, by David Masson
  • The pieces were brought back together and reassembled in a computer for the final album cover.
  • The next morning the group reassembled for the annual business meeting and election of officers for the new year.
  • The next week, when the society reassembles, each of the members read out their poem.
  • It took six long hours to reassemble the ships machinery and get her ready for sea.
  • The company reassembled, and finished their dinner as best they might. Cited from The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IV. (of X.), by Various
  • By making several passes it is possible to reassemble the complete data for each track, in memory.
  • His career has been defined by his ground-breaking work reassembling records of early American election returns.
  • Despite his problem, he can take apart, repair, and reassemble almost anything with moving parts.
  • Often she will use fragments from her international travels in her work and reassembles them into something new.
  • At last he became involved in so many difficulties that he was obliged to reassemble the two houses. Cited from Van Dyck, by Estelle M. Hurll
  • However, she does not remain dead; through sheer force of will, she reassembles herself.
  • But he postponed his final decision till after the Parliament should have reassembled. Cited from History of England, James II Vol. 2, Macaulay
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Meaning of reassemble

  • verb Assemble once again, after taking something apart