rematerialize

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rematerialize

(ˌriːməˈtɪərɪəˌlaɪz) or

rematerialise

vb (intr)
to materialize or appear in physical form again
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In response, more-than-human geography has approached these questions by seeking to rematerialise and reanimate landscapes.
The 2009 world champion could only secure 13th place on the grid for today's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after early promise in practice failed to rematerialise during the qualifying session.
A "cloaked" individual could, for instance, travel from one place to another while appearing to vanish and rematerialise instantaneously in a new location.
Slick visual effects allow the hero to fade and then rematerialise in front of our eyes, leaving behind a pile of clothes on the floor.
But he looked out of sorts in his previous fight when losing his title to Forrest Griffin, and Jardine has the ability to exploit any such weaknesses should they rematerialise.
Hospitals and clinics experience a similar phenomenon, when equipment taken home by patients to aid their recovery fails to rematerialise.
Polglase holds two, assistant Jim Bird, secretary Wendy Garbett and work riders Laura O'Brien and Gaby Bednal hold one each, as does Robert Pinney, who left to sell feed in Abu Dhabi but is expected to rematerialise as soon his cheque for pounds 18,657.
The battle for control of package holiday group First Choice hotted up yesterday as the group warned its shareholders that Airtours' hostile bid, withdrawn last week pending the outcome of an EU competition inquiry, may never rematerialise.
In the classic sci-fi episode of the 1960s series Kirk, played by William Shatner (pictured) is shocked to find an identical copy of himself when he rematerialises.
When he rematerialises on BBC1 tonight, Doctor Who begins his re-acquaintance with a host of weird, evil aliens.