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rejoin

(Congregate), verb assemble, associate, cluster, collect, concentrate, convocate, forgather, meet with, muster, reassemble, reconcentrate, regroup, rendezvous with, reunite

rejoin

(Retort), verb acknowledge, answer, confute, counter, countercharge, rebut, refute, reply, respond, reeurn and answer, riposte
Associated concepts: pleadings, rejoinder
See also: acknowledge, answer, countercharge, meet, rebut, reply, respond, retort, return
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We are excited to welcome back Rick as he rejoins Opus Commercial Business Banking division.
Minister said that whenever MQM rejoins the government, we will be having talks with them because MQM are still our friends.
Kristen Marsh rejoins the company as an environmental scientist.
In the youth section, Shaun Cumming rejoins the team alongside Scott McNicol, Chris Horn, Chris Thomson and Colin McGarva.
Figgins rejoins team: Chone Figgins rejoined the team, taking Percival's spot on the roster.
Usevich rejoins the company after serving as Director of Feature Marketing at MGM/UA Television's Domestic Division from 1982 to 1990.
91-71 is effective for any consolidated group for which the due date (including any extensions) of its consolidated return for the tax year in which a corporation rejoins the group is on or after Oct.
At 82nd, the alignment would veer south to Fort Tejon Road and then go east until it rejoins the existing highway.
Other columnists include: Mike McAlary, who rejoins The News after a three year stint as lead columnist for The Post; Michael Daly, formerly with New York Magazine, rejoins The News as a columnist; Linda Stasi, former Inside New York writer at Newsday, will now edit The News' People Page and Applesauce; Post columnist Amy Pagnozzi will join The News as a columnist; and Dennis Hamill, who was a freelance columnist for The News, will now come on full-time with a Sunday column and a daily column for Brooklyn/Queens.
She rejoins Fulbright from Colvin, Chaney, Saenz & Rodriguez, L.
Even if Inkatha rejoins the talks, several experts said, a reworked draft could be ready within the allotted three months.