Definition of Reactivations

1. Noun. (plural of reactivation) ¹



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Definition of Reactivations

1. reactivation [n] - See also: reactivation

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reactivations

reactionary
reactionaryism
reactionaryisms
reactionism
reactionist
reactionists
reactionless
reactions
reactivable
reactivatable
reactivate
reactivated
reactivates
reactivating
reactivation
reactivations
reactivator
reactivators
reactive
reactive armor
reactive armour
reactive astrocyte
reactive attachment disorder
reactive cell
reactive depression
reactive hyperaemia
reactive inhibition
reactive intermediate
reactive mind

Literary usage of Reactivations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Laboratory Manual of Colloid Chemistry by Harry Nicholls Holmes (1922)
"The above procedure also applies to subsequent reactivations of the gel after ... The time necessary for these subsequent reactivations may be materially ..."

2. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1904)
"... in six hours with both these reactivations on two healthy individuals from whom Widal amounts of blood were obtained for the test. ..."

3. Rehabilitation of the Wounded by Carl Kelsey (1918)
"... almost sure to break down, yet Colonel Bushnell's work has been so thorough that I personally believe, the number of reactivations is going to be small. ..."

4. Pulmonary Tuberculosis by Maurice Fishberg (1922)
"... we will have about as many reactivations during any two years which involve pregnancy and lactation. We have already given details as to the clinical ..."

5. OECD small and medium enterprise outlookby Marian Murphy, Oecd by Marian Murphy, Oecd (2002)
"... and restructuring, take-overs, spin-offs or out-sourcing of existing companies, changes in legal forms or names, and reactivations of dormant firms. ..."

6. Nation and Modernity: Reykjavík Lectures by Jóhann Páll Árnason (1996)
"... and some reactivations are less artificial than others - all of which tends to be disregarded by those who speak about the invention of tradition. ..."

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