reunite


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Synonyms for reunite

to reestablish friendship between

Synonyms for reunite

have a reunion

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unify again, as of a country

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"We are on-track to reunite all eligible parents in ICE custody," Meekins said.
Sabraw ordered the government to reunite parents with their children younger than 5 years old within 14 days of the order, and children 5 years old and older within 30 days of the order.
Acting Detective Sergeant Scott Urwin, of the Central Burglary Team, said: "We believe these to be stolen goods and are keen to reunite them with their owners.
The 37-year-old Baguio had said he wanted to 'reunite and hopefully end his career with coach Yeng.'
PC Stewart James, from Darlaston police station, said: "We were pleased to be able to reunite the three dogs with their owner but we're still concerned for the welfare of their brother.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are at the Cannes 2014 to support separate films, but this does not mean journalists, media and the fans will not have a field day speculating that the two will see each other and reunite as a couple.
Adding another feather to its humanitarian cap, the Dubai Police helped a woman reunite with her daughter after three years of separation.
HUNDREDS of people turned out last night for an auction that raised funds for a campaign to reunite a mother with her son.
Rihanna's father is happy for her to reunite with Chris Brown because he has "matured a lot".
Reunite (www.reunite.com) is designed to help connect people with their birth families.
Keisha makes it her mission to help Topaz rebuild her family and reunite with a lost love.
Taking a conceptual direction similar to that of his previous works, researching the film and placing ads in newspapers, Chodzko attempted to reunite the sixteen people who, under Pasolini's direction, had played the roles of the adolescents who were tortured to death.
THE dramatic increase in child snatches by parents has alarmed experts from Reunite, the National Council for Abducted Children.