Definition of Rehandle
1. handle [v -DLED, -DLING, -DLES] - See also: handle
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Literary usage of Rehandle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Treasury Decisions Under Tariff and Internal Revenue Laws, Etc by Dept. of the Treasury, United States Dept. of the Treasury, United States (1899)
"In reply, you are advised that dealers who rehandle and reassert their leaf ... First, those who rehandle their tobacco and assort it according to its size ..."
2. Annual Report by Massachusetts Harbor and Land Commission (1891)
"On July 1, 1892, a contract* was made with the Eastern Dredging Company to rehandle about 100000 cubic yards of material which that company was to dredge ..."
3. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention, National Independent Meat Packers Association, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, University of Georgia Dept. of Food Science (1905)
"Advisable to completely rehandle stock supply about twice per year. G. WILBUR HUBLEY. D 14. Which of the following is the best standard by which to judge ..."
4. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1920)
"Such individuals are apparently so introspective by nature that they handle and rehandle all their mental stock for the mere pleasure of doing so and ..."
5. The Contemporary Review (1878)
"Wordsworth's mode of poetical creation was one which favoured a return upon his own work, and tempted him to revive former impressions and rehandle former ..."
6. The Mediaeval Mind: A History of the Development of Thought and Emotion in by Henry Osborn Taylor (1919)
"... in typically mediaeval ways, to rehandle the patristic material and what remained of the antique. Contemporary with those intermediaries, or following ..."