Definition of Relanding

1. Verb. (present participle of reland) ¹



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Definition of Relanding

1. reland [v] - See also: reland

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relanding

relacquering
relacquers
relade
reladed
relades
relading
relagate
relaid
relaminarization
relaminarize
relaminarized
relaminarizes
relaminarizing
reland
relanded
relanding (current term)
relands
relandscape
relandscaped
relandscapes
relandscaping
relaparotomy
relapse
relapsed
relapser
relapsers
relapses
relapsing
relapsing appendicitis
relapsing fever

Literary usage of Relanding

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1. A Collection and Abridgement of Celebrated Criminal Trials in Scotland: From by Hugo Arnot (1812)
"... relanding and selling their Cargoes, after Entry in tlie Customhouse, for the purpose of Defrauding the Underwriters and Hie Revenue, ] 784. ..."

2. The Life and Death of Lord Edward Fitzgerald by Thomas Moore (1831)
"The proposal of the Repeal was then about to be brought forward, under the sanction of government, when, in consequence of the relanding of Napoleon in ..."

3. The Statutes at Large: Passed in the Several General Assemblies Held in His ...by Nova Scotia, Richard John Uniacke, Henry H. Cogswell, William Hill, W. B. Bliss, John Whidden, James F. Gray by Nova Scotia, Richard John Uniacke, Henry H. Cogswell, William Hill, W. B. Bliss, John Whidden, James F. Gray (1827)
"Fraudulent relanding of goods imported from, after exportation from Value of Articles imported from, to be ascertained by written declaration of the ..."

4. Laws of the United States Relating to Customs: Together with Portions of by United States, Mark P. Andrews, United States Dept. of the Treasury (1899)
"Penalty for relanding goods, and for false entry. Es,3049. If any merchandise entered for exportation, with intent to drawback the duties, or to obtain any ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States by United States Supreme Court, William Cranch, Henry Wheaton, Richard Peters, Benjamin Chew Howard, Jeremiah Sullivan Black (1904)
"If it had been intended to have the construction contended for, it would have been pointed thus : unless proof shall be produced of such relanding or of ..."

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