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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-OCCUPY

Then he would come back and re-occupy his old seat among the orchestra, and look paler and sadder than ever.

The Archduke is willing to give a clean and sincere promise not to re-occupy, and asks the same from the States.

The creed of the Baltimore convention directs the party to re-annex Texas and to re-occupy Oregon.

Hurried orders are despatched to Geary to withdraw his attack, and re-occupy his breastworks.

Canterac even took the offensive, although he made no effort to re-occupy permanently the coast plain.

I think they must have it much at heart to re-occupy the port of Rhode Island.

We had therefore to let go again, and began to re-occupy ourselves in peering into the night.

How impossible it becomes to realize them when we re-occupy the familiar places!