• WordNet 3.6
    • v reassemble assemble once again, after taking something apart
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t. & i Reassemble rē`ăs*sĕm"b'l To assemble again.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • reassemble To assemble or bring together again; gather anew.
    • reassemble To assemble or meet together again.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t., v.i Reassemble rē-as-sem′bl to assemble or collect again
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  • Derek Walcott
    Derek Walcott
    “Break a vase, and the love that reassembles the fragments is stronger than that love which took its symmetry for granted when it was whole.”


In literature:

Dinner passed, and the moment for the reassembling of the school for afternoon work arrived.
"A Bunch of Cherries" by L. T. Meade
The Emperor, Theodosius II., reversed all that was done, and then permitted it to reassemble.
"The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal," by Various
The school had reassembled by that time, and a tall, pale young man with spectacles filled Cyril's place at table.
"Lover or Friend" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
On the fifteenth, the States of the Province will be reassembled.
"The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution, Vol. IX" by Various
But she had reassembled her forces, and he saw that it would be all to fight over again, and that the issue was doubtful.
"Olive in Italy" by Moray Dalton
On the reassembling of the Court on the morning of the third day, little Skiddy, from the majesty of the dais, summed up the case at length.
"Wild Justice: Stories of the South Seas" by Lloyd Osbourne
In reassembling the battery it is then necessary to build the posts up to their original height.
"The Automobile Storage Battery" by O. A. Witte
He set to work savagely on the engine, reassembling it.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June, 1930" by Various
We'll reassemble in the Boston laboratory.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, October, 1930" by Various
In May 1811 a general court of the Hudson's Bay Company, which had been adjourned, was on the point of reassembling.
"The Red River Colony" by Louis Aubrey Wood
By the time the burgesses reassembled other colonies had formed non-importation agreements and were boycotting British goods.
"The Road to Independence: Virginia 1763-1783" by Virginia State Dept. of Education
How would the leader reassemble the parts of his instrument in a few seconds, and make them one again, and resume his control over it?
"The Unknown Quantity" by Henry van Dyke
Just as I had figured, the reassembly was the tedious part.
"The Trouble with Telstar" by John Berryman
On the Wednesday the court reassembled in all its judicial glory.
"Lady Anna" by Anthony Trollope
Our whole tribe scattered and then reassembled at a camp about forty miles from the former place.
"Geronimo's Story of His Life" by Geronimo
The Court sat for three days, and reassembled on the fourth to deliver its verdict and sentence.
"The Angel of the Revolution" by George Griffith
The next day the Court reassembled at 12 o'clock and proceeded with the trial.
"Uncle Daniel's Story Of "Tom" Anderson And Twenty Great Battles" by John McElroy
The family of Kervan are reassembled together with Ronan in the large hall of the farmhouse.
"The Poniard's Hilt" by Eugène Sue
Thus unlike poles tend to come together when a dissected magnet is reassembled.
"The Natural Philosophy of William Gilbert and His Predecessors" by W. James King
The Cytha, he saw, was reassembling.
"The World That Couldn't Be" by Clifford Donald Simak

In news:

A shelter for the Appalachian Trail was constructed off-site near Bernville before being dismantled by volunteer members of the Blue Mountain Eagle Climbing Club and transported to Rausch Gap, where it was reassembled.
Visitors will be able to watch staffers reassemble the trainer over the coming months.
Virtually every reassembled part of the Nowhere Band's set has been made with materials produced in the 1960s.
Fire victims find it hard to reassemble lives.
Sleuthing Software Can Reassemble Deleted Photos.
Christopher Guest Reassembles the ' Spinal Tap ' Crew for HBO Comedy Series THR.
Reassembly of Frank Gehry's Winton Guest House Begins.
There, the helicopter would be reassembled and the Arctic hub would be used as a base for the mission.
The bricks will be stored in boxes until Cherry Ridge Masons reassemble the creation at the site this spring.
It seems like an annual rite of winter for the Rangers: Go out and reassemble a bullpen .
When the Knicks were reassembling in the offseason, Tyson Chandler knew there was a missing piece: Jason Kidd .
When the Knicks were reassembling in the offseason, Tyson Chandler knew there was a missing piece: Jason Kidd.
Barack Obama was elected to a second term as president Tuesday, reassembling the coalition that lifted him to a historic win four years ago and winning at least six of the key battleground states.
The destination computer reassembles the packets into their proper sequence.
To simplify the reassembly, place the reel 's parts into an egg carton in the order they are removed.

In science:

One then reassembles the coherence diagram in X2 using the lifts of these cells from X1 .
Weak Omega Categories I
The following lemma reassembles the main properties of F .
On a quasi-ordering on Boolean functions
The double tetrahedron is not globally rigid: if it has been taken apart, it can be reassembled incorrectly, even if the gluing instructions are followed correctly.
What is a superrigid subgroup?
In other words, if it is reassembled, and every rod is close to its correct position, then every rod is in exactly the correct position.
What is a superrigid subgroup?
In this appendix, we reassemble some results, most well-known, about second and fourth moments of the Haar measure on the unitary group U(L).
The random phase property and the Lyapunov spectrum for disordered multi-channel systems
They are reassembled after optical-electrical conversion on receipt of all fragments.
A Flow-aware MAC Protocol for a Passive Optical Metropolitan Area Network
This relocation may be accomplished fully assembled or disassembled into subdivisions which are reassembled in the IR.
sPHENIX: An Upgrade Concept from the PHENIX Collaboration
We do not picture the individual carbon nuclei as getting separated by many times 100 nanometers and then reassemble into a ball less than a nanometer across.
Interpreting Bananaworld: A response to Bub's Quantum Mechanics for Primates
Only one chamber has unacceptable noise rate (CH 9) and will be reassembled.
CMS barrel Resistive Plate Chambers - tests and results
What differs IPv6 from IPv4 fragmentation is that it is always performed by the sender and reassembly process have to take place only in the receiver and not in some intermediate node.
Steganography in Handling Oversized IP Packets
This would mean that the original packet could not be reassembled by the receiving host. Similar problem may occur with NAT as it has problems with interpreting the IP fragment if it comes out of order.
Steganography in Handling Oversized IP Packets
Identification field in Fragment extension header, second – inserting overlapping Fragment Offset value that causes data to be overwritten during reassembly.
Steganography in Handling Oversized IP Packets
The problem with such approach is to properly mark fragments used for hidden communication so the receiver can extract it in a way that will not interfere with reassembly process.
Steganography in Handling Oversized IP Packets
The main idea of the proof is first to take advantage of the sublinearity of both the operator and the norm to disassemble the function, apply the assumed inequality, and finally to reassemble the function from the pieces.
Pointwise Convergence of Ergodic Averages in Orlicz Spaces
As observed in and , if a Bohr set is “cut into long segments, shifted, and reassembled,” the resulting set is piecewise Bohr.
Sumsets of dense sets and sparse sets