Definition of Rejacketed
1. rejacket [v] - See also: rejacket
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Literary usage of Rejacketed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Digest of the Laws of the United States Governing the Granting of Army and by Frank B. Curtis, United States Pension Bureau, William Holcomb Webster (1885)
"Whenever ii jacket becomes ragged or too small to contain the papers belonging therein, the case must be rejacketed, and a reference to the condition of the ..."
2. Report of the Secretary and the Financial Report of the Executive Committee by Smithsonian Institution (1921)
"About 4000 negatives were identified and rejacketed, but much yet remains to be done. LIBRARY The reference library continued under the immediate care of ..."
3. Proceedings in the Trial of the Case of the United States Vs. John W. Dorsey by John W. Dorsey, Andrew Wylie (1882)
"Q. And they have been rejacketed every time Î—A. I intended to keep them in ... Q. Have yon not rejacketed these papers ?—A. I want you to explain what you ..."