• WordNet 3.6
    • v reuse use again after processing "We must recycle the cardboard boxes"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: 57% save pretty gift paper to reuse.
    • reuse To use again.
    • n reuse Repeated use; use a second time.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: 44% reuse tinfoil.
    • v.t Reuse rē-ūz′ to use again
    • n Reuse (rē-ūs′) repeated use
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  • Merrick Furst
    Merrick Furst
    “The biggest difference between time and space is that you can't reuse time.”


In literature:

Ut reus innocens pereat, sit nocens.
"The Anatomy of Melancholy" by Democritus Junior
The sending of troops could not have reused their fighting spirit.
"Out To Win" by Coningsby Dawson
As sawdust of such fineness is expensive, it is desirable to purify it in order to reuse it.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 613, October 1, 1887" by Various
Part of our national space program includes studies on how to use and reuse water to the best advantage of the human in space.
"The Practical Values of Space Exploration" by Committee on Science and Astronautics
These are ideal for tying the buds in place and may be reused several seasons.
"Northern Nut Growers Association Thirty-Fourth Annual Report 1943" by Various
Judicandus homo reus: Huic ergo parce Deus.
"The St. Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book" by Various
Prim's own Volunteers of Reus had taken part against him, and many of the towns had declared for the Central Junta.
"The Economist" by Various
The Expulsion of Monsieur de Reus 85 67.
"International Incidents for Discussion in Conversation Classes" by Lassa Oppenheim
Before reaching Reus, the train crossed the river, then came to an anchor.
"Glories of Spain" by Charles W. Wood
The nose has a reentry shield, since you are planning to reuse the vehicle.
"Project Cyclops" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

Flemings mix, reuse potted plants each growing season .
The group had been considering a move to reuse an old industrial site but decided it would be too costly.
There was a time when online identity theft was largely the domain of hackers who were challenged by the task of stealing identities and then reusing them for their own fun.
A housing project in Eugene is demonstrating a new way of being eco-friendly by reusing old denim.
Reuse of lithium- ion battery packs to be tested.
Keen HQ renovated with reuse, repurpose, recycle, restore mantra.
Erek Hansen, called Eco Erek, wants to find a way to reuse the shoes and keep them out of landfills .
So many of you wrote in about reusing cat- litter tubs.
A consultant reports that the shale boom in the United States is creating reuse options for a closed refinery near Philadelhphia.
Dentist Reuses Needles , Puts Thousands Of Patients At Risk: The Wednesday Watch On DNN.
Marco Reus of Germany, right, and Ricardo van Rhijn of The Netherlands vie for the ball during the international friendly soccer match at ArenA stadium in Amsterdam, Netherlands , Wednesday Nov 14, 2012.
Done Right, You Can Reuse The Bullet.
"Disappointing for the city because it would have been a great reuse of the facility," says Councilman Charlie Tygard.
Normally, the rear radius -arm brackets can be reused.
I'm just not sure what you could reuse them for.

In science:

E using randomness X , approximately Hmin (X |E ) bits of X can be reused.
Trevisan's extractor in the presence of quantum side information
This simple transformation enabled us to reuse several of our even m-mode code algorithms (such as the higher-order angular boundary condition imposition) and also avoid the introduction of non-polynomial functions of the code’s angular grid variable, i.e., cos θ.
Late-time Kerr tails: generic and non-generic initial data sets, "up" modes, and superposition
It is possible to reuse part of the reasoning made in Section 5.
On the Sets of Real Numbers Recognized by Finite Automata in Multiple Bases
First, we de fine the lifted forward behaviour and then add the behaviou r of compensation by reusing the above de finition.
Formalizing cCSP Synchronous Semantics in PVS
An embedding is a semantic encoding of one specification language into another, especially, to reuse the existing tools of the target language.
Formalizing cCSP Synchronous Semantics in PVS