Thesaurus / reconnect
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So he’s really struggling to reconnect to his neighborhood — one, to tell a story, but two, just to kind of figure out what the hell happened.
When a woman’s natal family comes to know that a marriage has taken place through abduction or trade, in many cases they refuse to reconnect due to social stigma.
The border wall is tied to an emotion stemming from our experience of that place, and we reconnect to that emotion every time we see it by virtue of the connection between the cognitive map and our emotions.
It’s the perfect place to reconnect with yourself and nature.
When those lines break and reconnect, a burst of energy is released, producing a flare.
It is best to reconnect them some time before they burn off rather than be obliged to do this during a show.
All he had to do was unclip it and reconnect it to the drone-control input.
THE SCARLET LAKE MYSTERYHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Cap'n Mike said it would be easy for anyone to disconnect Smugglers' Light and then reconnect it.
SMUGGLERS' REEFJOHN BLAINE
Then reconnect them, one at a time, to find out what each circuit serves.
Pull slack out of cord in lamp so that socket rests in socket cap, replace shell and reconnect cap.