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reinsertion,

n the reimplantation and splinting of a tooth into the alveolus after dental trauma, such as avulsion, or following removal of the tooth. It is performed to prevent permanent tooth loss and to restore the dentition so the patient can speak and eat normally.
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Remove the battery then reinsert it back, press and hold the volume up, home and power keys at the same time to proceed into Recovery Mode.
They clearly were not pleased with seeing their party or government pulled by the nose by the pro-Israel enforcers, attack dogs and lobby organizations that went into action Tuesday and Wednesday to reinsert the Jerusalem language.
Following the rally, several publishers have decided to reinsert the phrase ''forced by the military'' and to file the corrections with the ministry.
Rivers didn't reinsert starters Delonte West, Al Jefferson and Brian Scalabrine until Charlotte had taken the lead.
More recently, he spearheaded the congressional attempt to reinsert Terri Schiavo's feeding tube and has railed against the federal judiciary; which he believes has "run amok" in its assault on the Christian faith.
Mold sections then travel from top to bottom, and each mold half has its own robot to remove and reinsert it.
The judge denied the Schindler's request to reinsert the feeding tube, and ruled consistent with that of the majority of State courts; that Terri's rights had been upheld.
But the court, which refused to reinsert Mrs Schiavo's feeding tube three times last week, stuck to its guns and refused to overturn the judgment.
Governor Jeb Bush wants the state Department of Children & Families to take custody of Schiavo, presumably to reinsert her feeding tube, and to investigate allegations that she has been abused and prove that she is not in a persistent vegetative state.
Working in conjunction with state legislators, Bush helped bring about the enactment of "Terri's Law," which empowered Bush to reinsert the feeding tube.
She had attended an in-service training session at the facility regarding how to reinsert a feeding tube, but it did not include a discussion of possible dangers associated with the procedure.
Palmer's meticulously (if sometimes excessively) documented study aims "to understand the nature of the encounter between Irish and English under the press of the Elizabethan conquest and to reinsert Irish interlocutors into the discussion in a way that avoids replacing a colonial imbalance with a postcolonial one" (6).