Antonyms for re-introduced

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I dived for him and his hole, pushed him into it, and re-introduced myself.

Messrs. Loddiges, of Hackney, re-introduced it thirty years later.

They are all re-introduced into the liquation circuit, and thereby are created other bye-products of the same kind ad infinitum.

On January 18 he re-introduced the same measure under another title.

Sir John Macdonald's Bill was presented too late to become a law and was re-introduced in 1884.

Second, in his preaching and moral exhortations he re-introduced the element of fear.

Every trace of French influence in the shape of beneficent reform was to be effaced, and the old abuses were to be re-introduced.

It would be more correct to say "re-introduced," for fossil remains of this Deer have been met with.

Afterwards when re-introduced, Tugby hardly, as it appeared to us, came up to the original description.

Then the corn was re-introduced from the Channel Islands and sold at immense prices.