How to use Regroup in a sentence

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  • Thus the sum of 8 and 7 cannot be expressed as ones; we can either form the whole, and regroup it as 10 and 5, or we can split up the 7 into 2 and 5, and add the 2 to the 8 to form io, thus getting 8+7= 8+ (2+5) = (8+2) +5=10+5=15.

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  • Family game nights have become a popular way for families to regroup during the week.

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  • But we will now regroup and see what happens.

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  • When a negative behavior must be acknowledged and corrected, "time outs" give the child with AD/HD an opportunity to regroup without negative reinforcement.

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  • While the relationship may never smolder in the bedroom, these independent signs may end up spending so much time on other interests that they never regroup together.

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  • Teachers make regular assessments of the pupils ' progress, and use the information very well to regroup pupils.

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  • The Bishop accompanied him in order to regroup the members of his native convent and provide them with proper means of support.

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  • She needed to regroup, "not fall into the arms of the closest available man -- even if he is an adorable teddy bear."

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  • Sleeping appears to help the body recharge and it seems to help the mind regroup, promoting health and mental clarity.

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  • Kisco and visit one of these restaurants to regroup and get ready for your next adventure.

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  • Use in maths to demonstrate division by putting counters on the screen, press split screen then regroup the counters in different patterns.

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  • Swansea had threatened little in a dire first-half showing and they were glad to hear the interval whistle giving them the opportunity to regroup.

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  • Considerations for restructure The report concludes that the best business solution is to regroup forces to create strategic forces.

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  • We regroup at the end of the day for a champagne sunset boat cruise.

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  • Keep in mind that after losing your home, you may want to take some time to regroup and formulate a plan.

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  • If you are unsure how to get started, consider hiring a consultant to come in and help you regroup.

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  • The shelling required the ships to weave toward the fall of shot and the convoy had to regroup as soon as it finished.

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  • It was anticipated that the Japanese would make a landing here to regroup for a final attack on Singapore.

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  • Since this section was easy we arranged a stop at Rowlands Gill and a chance to regroup for lunch.

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  • We regroup for an evning meal in Belushi 's Bar before another night out on the town.

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  • The Servitors of Judgment begin to regroup, reassemble.

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