v. t.1.To erect again.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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to dismantle, relocate and reerect a 60 million-standard-cubic-foot-per-day cryogenic gas processing plant.
Instead of pretending like so many Western leftists that he sees Marx merely as a useful tool of critique, Zizek admits that he admires the historic Communist project, and wants to reerect a social order using methods of terror, repression, and massive coercion.
It could be observed that, before anthesis, lodged cereals are capable to reerect the upper internodes [17, 18].
"Our initial inspection shows that the graves affected have been knocked over, and we should be able to reerect them.
Given the powerful myths attached to "home" and "business" and the different repertoires on which they build, it is perhaps not surprising that conventional analyses of family businesses seek to bring order to the recalcitrant space of the family business, to reerect boundaries, to discipline the family, leaving the business uncorrupted by "sentiments" or personal relationships.
Owners Crown Castle have access to the site via a strip of land across private property which, although it can accommodate small vehicles and people by foot, is not big enough to transport the heavy machinery needed to reerect the mobile phone mast.
Set in a mixture of beautiful open grounds and ancient woodland, the museum has reerected over 40 original historic buildings to show you how Welsh families have lived, worked and played through the ages.
The sculptures will be in place until the end of October, after which they will be taken into storage to be reerected next spring.
About 40 meter deep foundation was constructed and tower No 130 was reerected whereas other towers were also repaired ,said the spokesperson.
The decorative entrance has been preserved and reerected on site.
It is now going to be reerected on land between George Stephenson High School and St John's Church.
But, after the end of combat operations in Iraq last April, it was dismantled and reerected at the National Memorial Arboretum, at Alrewas, near Lichfield.