Reassociate

Re`as`so´ci`ate

    (rē`ăs`sō´shĭ`āt)
v. t. & i.1.To associate again; to bring again into close relations.
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After the mass burial was denied, the commingling was further exacerbated as analysts attempted to reassociate elements back into discrete individuals (Harris 2010).
It's about having the bedroom environment predict sleep and reassociate the bed with sleep--like going to bed only when sleepy, getting out of bed when unable to sleep, and not watching the clock.
It has been suggested that enolases could be secreted in exosomes and other vesicles [52] and that secreted enolases could reassociate with the cell membrane [24].
Hyland wasn't alone in having to reassociate herself with the film as a 26-year-old and finding it difficult to wrap her mind around.
So we've been trying to reassociate the name with the music,' Harry Wayne 'KC' Casey, the musician behind the American group whose groovy hits fuse funk, dance and RandB, told the Inquirer in a phone interview.
The need to reassociate body, mind, and environment in theories of knowledge has been recognised by a broad range of scholars interested in processes of human cognition (eg, Clark, 1997; Marchand, 2010; Varela et al, 1991; Wilson, 1998).
The reason of this decline is that mobile nodes tend to lose connectivity and synchronization with the coordinators more often due to their change of geographical position and having to reassociate themselves with some coordinators.
Specifically, Wang followed the approach promoted by Italian architect Aldo Rossi--whose 1966 Architecture of the City attempted to "dispossess, reassociate and thus transform real places and real times"--mining the historical evolution of the urban environment for ostensibly timeless and universal architectural forms that could embody a kind of collective architectural memory.' Rossi's dual quest for the timeless and the new, a tabula rasa that nevertheless reinvigorated tradition, resonated with Wang's own search for an architectural syntax--rooted in historical urban forms and traditional architectural techniques--through which China's bewildering urban upheaval might be more deeply understood and even challenged.
Firstly, it is not known whether the RNA is separated from and reassociate with the template or a gross structural change takes place in the polymerase molecule for the transcript to stay on the template.
The cell surface proteins in lactobacilli are either anchored to the cell wall by various mechanisms or secreted from the bacterial cell into the surrounding medium, where they reassociate with the cell wall through electrostatic interactions [61].
"He may want his people to reassociate with dissident Republican groups."
The differential rates of metabolism of LpAI and LpAI: AII have been proposed to be related to the decreased ability of apo AI- containing lipoproteins to reassociate with HDL particles following cholesteryl ester delivery to the liver via the SR-BI receptors.