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Related to reappear: detract from, overseeing
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Axmacher said the analysis showed that neuronal activity associated with images that were shown during the experiment initially did reappear during subsequent resting periods and in the sleeping phase.
Who knows what shops that are not trying to compete with supermarkets might reappear.
Colm Murphy reported that Big Zeb, 10-1 with several bookmakers for the Champion Chase, is also likely to reappear in the Tied Cottage.
5-magnitude companion star will reappear about 6 seconds before Antares itself.
Redry the mold and turn on just one circuit at a time, allowing ample time for water to reappear at the bottom of the plate.
In one section he obscures the lights only to reappear in a new location (recalling David Parsons' signature Caught).
The main floor's vaulted ceilings are accented by geometric forms that reappear in the warm wood paneling gracing the reading rooms, the circulation and reserve desks, and the book shelves.
Finally, Norberg is too sanguine about the pain suffered when jobs disappear, destined to reappear in cheaper economies.
He will reappear in court on September 2 for a pre-trial review.
Brush the safe, nontoxic and biodegradable cleaner through the spot and vacuum it up; no mixing of chemicals, no risk of damage-and spots do not reappear.
Such opportunities may be few for animals and people alike until Friday when party sunny skies are expected to reappear in the Eugene/Springfield area.
Like all good things, however; it met its demise only to reappear years later.