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Re-introduction   /reɪ-ˌɪntrədˈəkʃən/   Listen
Re-introduction

noun
1.
A proposal of something previously rejected.






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"Re-introduction" Quotes from Famous Books



... easy to think that these men, occupied so much with translations, and intent on the re-introduction of Greek medicine, might have depended very little on their own observations, and been very impractical. All that is needed to counteract any such false impression, however, is to know something definite about their books. Gurlt, in his "History of Surgery," has some quotations ...
— Old-Time Makers of Medicine • James J. Walsh



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