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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

He was solicited by that restless old man to reassume the reins of government, and the Imperial purple.
It was the character of this prince readily to lay aside and as readily to reassume his enterprises, as his affairs demanded.
Investigation has shown, however, that very few graduates of any school ever do reassume Indian dress or ways.
THE INDIAN TODAYCHARLES A. EASTMAN
I supplant you; I take my own again; I reassume a responsibility temporarily taken from me.
THE YOUNGER SETROBERT W. CHAMBERS
And, it may be presumed, will soon again reassume its wanted importance.
Count Henry of Champagne was summoned to reassume his armor and make good his claim to his recently won laurels.
The young, as we have just seen, reacquire their longitudinal stripes, and the boars invariably reassume their tusks.
At the request of his son and of the senate, he condescended to reassume the purple.
May each usurp—or, rather, reassume—the business of the other, whilst retaining his own!

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