reconcentration


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reconcentration

(ˌriːkɒnsənˈtreɪʃən)
n
a renewed process or state of concentration
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In an attempt to raise awareness about their humanitarian situation, families of the Uyghurs detained by China's authorities in reconcentration camps have been using the video app, TikTok, to bring attention to their plight.
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In Cuba, the Spanish General Valeriano Weyler had declared martial law and was moving thousands of Cubans into fortified towns, called reconcentration centers, and was shooting those who failed to obey.
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Still Puerto Ricans lived within a racial geography of "clustering, displacement, and reconcentration" (Betancur 1996: 1299), in which the terms of their movement were largely dictated by the needs and profits of white business and property owners speculating on them.
Metzger, The Reconcentration of Poverty: Patterns of Housing Voucher Use, 2000 to 2008,24 Housing Pol'y Debate 544,544 (2014).
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