Examples of reconstruction in a Sentence
the reconstruction of the dam
the reconstruction of postwar Europe
reconstruction of the health-care system
They were able to determine the cause of the accident by careful reconstruction of the events leading up to it.
The police staged a reconstruction of the crime.
Recent Examples of reconstruction from the Web
Brendan will also need some type of nasal reconstruction, his dad says.
The Grafton alternate bid calls for full reconstruction of Grafton, with two additional turn lanes at the South Carpenter intersection.
Waubonsie Valley's program received a $20,000 grant that his students used for the reconstruction of the early childhood playground.
Up until about last summer, the east grandstand -- or, at least a facsimile of it -- was expected to be part of the Hayward Field reconstruction.
Would a pick of a tackle in the third round or guard in the fourth have changed the challenging dynamic of this reconstruction?
The closures are part of the reconstruction of the Ga. 400/I-285 interchange in the top-end Perimeter area of North Fulton and DeKalb counties.
The first segment of reconstruction between Route 1, or North Hickory Avenue, and Southampton Road was completed in 2014.
For example, when World Bank reconstruction funds, partly provided by the U.S., were allocated for Tikrit, the PMF stole two generators powering a water treatment plant, Western officials say.
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RECONSTRUCTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reconstruction for English Language Learners
: the act or process of building something that was damaged or destroyed again
: the process of putting something (such as a country) back into a good condition
: a process in which an event or series of events is carefully examined in order to find out or show exactly what happened
legal Definition of reconstruction
- the complete replacement of the mechanism was a reconstruction and not a repair
- heard testimony on the speed of the vehicle from an expert in accident reconstruction
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