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The art may have been introduced from Asia or lost during the long migration and then reacquired.
The cases which you mention of suddenly reacquired wildness seem curious.
The reacquired wisdom of the ancients by degrees broke down the medieval barriers.
Some individuals have found this immunity a temporary one, to be reacquired each season.
HANDBOOK OF MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGYWILLIAM ALBERT RILEY
In this fashion buoyancy was reacquired and the tender rose to the surface.
The maturity of man—that means, to have reacquired the seriousness that one had as a child at play.
BEYOND GOOD AND EVILFRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
By this union Filippo became powerful, and reacquired Milan and the whole of Lombardy.
The tail of a pig has been grafted into the middle of its back, and reacquired sensibility.
In a few seconds, as though she had reacquired her strength, she herself pulled the heavy curtain across the window.
Cuban nationality may be reacquired in the manner to be provided by law.
THE HISTORY OF CUBA, VOL. 4WILLIS FLETCHER JOHNSON

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