rematerialize

rematerialize

(ˌriːməˈtɪərɪəˌlaɪz) or

rematerialise

vb (intr)
to materialize or appear in physical form again
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These documents pull back the curtain on a complex shell game, where corporations staggering profits disappear offshore and rematerialize when the time is right and the tax liability is the lowest, said Whitehouse and Doggett.
At that moment, Qaf would rematerialize, Zumurrudah's curse would be broken, and her people would return from their centuries in limbo.
The Carter Court's nod to due process has yet to rematerialize in private delegation doctrine.
Dispute over pollution permits likely to rematerialize at Legislature, Austin American-Statesman
Rather, it is constantly shedding its prior self, only to rematerialize ad infinitum.
In revisiting King's life in the 1990s, Johnson works to rematerialize King's antiracism and contest his co-optation as a champion of deracialization or "colorblindness.
Her failure to rematerialize, as she remains "a whisper and a fragrance," speaks to the depth of feeling that Scarlett experiences over the loss of her mother.
Presenting this situation it is expected to provoke discussions related to the actual focus of the measures used in the heritage preservation and whether these are actually preventive, and wonders if they are adequate enough to rematerialize an element which, however, will never be the same.
So in the present model expansion does not mean merely swelling: the chance that these couples annihilate and rematerialize at the external boundary of the universe likewise as they did inside the universe, means that even the external boundary assumes the feature of the core cells [V.
I like to take the same geometry and the same configurations and rematerialize those to make them feel quite different.
Summer patterns often persist into at least late August, but even in the absence of radical changes in weather, muskies seem to sometimes vanish and rematerialize on new real estate within a few days.
We sustain ourselves on tiny sips of air, waiting for the mountains to rematerialize, waiting to breathe.