Definition of Recontacts

1. Verb. (third-person singular of recontact) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Recontacts

1. recontact [v] - See also: recontact

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recontacts

reconstructive surgery
reconstructive surgical procedures
reconstructivism
reconstructivist
reconstructivists
reconstructor
reconstructors
reconstructs
reconsult
reconsulted
reconsulting
reconsults
recontact
recontacted
recontacting
recontacts (current term)
recontaminate
recontaminated
recontaminates
recontaminating
recontamination
recontextualise
recontextualised
recontextualises
recontextualising
recontextualization
recontextualizations
recontextualize
recontextualized
recontextualizes

Literary usage of Recontacts

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1. Community Mediation Programs: Developments and Challenges by Daniel McGillis (1997)
"Relevant measures have included data from official records on recontacts by disputants ... including searches of official records to determine recontacts of ..."

2. Trends in the Health of Older Americans: U. S., 1994 by R. A. Cohen, J. F. Van Nostrand (1996)
"Definition of terms Deceased—Sample persons were considered to be deceased if their death was ascertained at the time of the recontacts. ..."

3. Older Americans 2000: Key Indicators of Well-Being by Katherine K Wallman (2000)
"With low attrition rates and successful recontacts, the sample size has grown to almost 8700 in 1995. PSID data can be used for cross-sectional, ..."

4. Criminal Victimisation in the Developing World edited by Ugljesa Zvekic, Anna Alvazzi Del Frate (1996)
"recontacts were made in 8.5% of the cases, for clarification of information and cross-checking purposes. The least number of refusals were recorded in the ..."

5. SSA Disability: Return-to-Work Strategies from Other Systems May Improve by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"One disability manager stated that her company contacts workers within 24 hours of a reported illness or injury and recontacts them every 2 weeks by ..."

6. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Health Sector: National Survey of Health ...by Olive Shisana, Human Sciences Research Council Staff, Azeem Badroodien, Human Sciences Research Council by Olive Shisana, Human Sciences Research Council Staff, Azeem Badroodien, Human Sciences Research Council (2004)
"Transmission from an infected health care worker to a patient is possible when an infected clinician is injured by a sharp object which then recontacts a ..."

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