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  1. rebuildingnoun

    building again

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of rebuilding in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of rebuilding in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of rebuilding in a Sentence

  1. Rebecca McAteer:

    The immediate need is getting support to where it's needed, but there will be a lot of work rebuilding.

  2. Benjamin Kabak:

    It was a major challenge to rebuild the subway at the same time you’re rebuilding the site above it. it’s not exactly one of their crowning achievements.

  3. Michael McKinley:

    The incoming Joe Biden administration has already signaled the importance of moving quickly to build back our relationships with our key global allies and partners, to strengthen our security alliances in Asia and Europe, and of addressing important outstanding trade issues that impact our national prosperity, i think you are going to witness a very proactive and effective approach to rebuilding our relationships with the outside world.

  4. Visa Inc:

    As a sponsor, we expect FIFA to take swift and immediate steps to address these issues within its organization. This starts with rebuilding a culture with strong ethical practices in order to restore the reputation of the game for fans everywhere.

  5. Andy Radford:

    If combined with habitat restoration and other conservation measures, rebuilding fish communities in this manner might accelerate ecosystem recovery, however, we still need to tackle a host of other threats including climate change, overfishing and water pollution in order to protect these fragile ecosystems.

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