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To repeat: It is not my intention to reconstitute the history of writing or literacy.

He hoped from these two words to reconstitute his earlier personality.

"To reunite and reconstitute the nations upon the foundation of unity of race," replied the professor.

There was nothing left of the pilot but one chin, one ear, one mouth, a torso and material enough to reconstitute two arms.

Georges GuynemerHenry Bordeaux

On the other hand, I can reconstitute vividly two absurd incidents, destitute of historical value.

Hawthorne and His CircleJulian Hawthorne

But can you reconstitute it for purposes of national defense?

Looking down again it was not difficult to reconstitute that German assault, made at night.

They Shall Not PassFrank H. Simonds

All efforts to raise the funds for finishing the ship proved unavailing; and it was determined to reconstitute the company.

For it is the business of this book not to linger upon the 236 pleasures of our journey, but to reconstitute an ancient thing.

The Old RoadHilaire Belloc

Now there were sufficient details to reconstitute the tragic scene.

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