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reconstitute

(rē-kon′stĭ-toot″) [ re- + L. constituere, to set up]
1. In pharmacology, to restore a dried substance to a fluid form that can be used for injection.
2. To rebuild a substance or reservoir within the body (such as bone marrow) to a natural or a functionally healthy state.
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The significance of the homeland in the Coptic diaspora in the United States also serves to reconstitute an ethnonationalism that is increasingly being translated into political lobbying in Washington D.
They can be softened by soaking briefly in warm water (you'll have to check the time, as different brands reconstitute differently; shouldn't take more than five minutes) and then fried quickly in oil or boiled in hot broth.
To reconstitute, use 2 to 3 tablespoons tea mix per cup of boiling water.
There they would reconstitute the polymer, which comes out virtually as good as new, and then resell the solvent to IFS to help defray costs.
The triangulation of repressed fascism, the emerging domination by the (American) culture industry, and the desire to reconstitute a (national) avant-garde culture is generally at the foundation of the neo-avant-gardes of this period (except in England and the U.