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reassemble

verb
     
re‧as‧sem‧ble
1 [transitive] to bring together the different parts of something to make a whole again, after they have been separated:
The equipment had to be dismantled and reassembled at each new location.
2 [intransitive] if a group of people reassemble, they meet together again after a period apart:
Parliament reassembled after a seven-week break.

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