reconstruction

[ ree-kuh n-struhk-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF reconstruction

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstruction, readjustment, restoration all these must follow.

At least enough remained to prevent any wish for the reconstruction of the ruin behind her.

One of these ideals is the reconstruction of the world in the thought forms of causality.

In the first place, it is not true that I admitted that Reconstruction was a failure.

It is clear that such a scheme must begin with the reconstruction of the alphabet.

All now agree that there was much in Reconstruction which was unwise and unfortunate.

But Mr. Rhodes says the Congressional plan of Reconstruction was a failure.

Some are problems of internal adjustment and reconstruction.

They convey an impulse, not a program, nor a plan of reconstruction.

On finding this to be impossible, he had to face the delay and expense of reconstruction.

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