Definition of reabsorb
: to take up (something previously secreted or emitted) sugars reabsorbed in the kidney; also : resorb 2
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Even people without leaks make and reabsorb spinal fluid about twice a day.
The inability of the country to satisfactorily reabsorb its nationals is one that in fact persists for quite a long time so in the case of Haiti that’s a relatively short length of TPS.
Mr. McInerney did raise one potential situation, however: Alibaba itself buying RemainCo, but essentially keeping it whole and not reabsorbing the shares.
In January 1996, Q2 was reabsorbed by QVC's Pennsylvania operation.
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