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Reintroduction   /riɪntrədˈəkʃən/   Listen
Reintroduction

noun
1.
An act of renewed introduction.






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"Reintroduction" Quotes from Famous Books



... source may have been the only effect, if there was any at all. Very important in this case, without any doubt, is the early sex teaching, its repression and the mental conflict about it for years, and then the reintroduction into the subject just before puberty. Probably this is the vital point of the girl's whole career. The success she early achieved in deceiving her mother, not by denials, but by the elaboration of imaginary situations, has been the chief determinant of her unfortunate ...
— Pathology of Lying, Etc. • William and Mary Healy

... to Johnson; there was a general tendency to resist the reintroduction into language and literature of words and forms which had been allowed to disappear. A generation later, a careful and thoughtful grammarian like Gilpin was in danger of being dismissed as "a cockscomb" ...
— Some Diversions of a Man of Letters • Edmund William Gosse



Words linked to "Reintroduction" :   presentation, intro, reintroduce, introduction



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