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revert

a person who, having been converted, has returned to his former beliefs or Church

Revert

To return to a former condition.
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Stripped not only of all the outward symbols of civilization, Tarzan had also reverted morally and mentally to the status of the savage beast he had been reared.
Inwardly as well as outwardly Tarzan had reverted to beast and in the lives of beasts, time, as a measurable aspect of duration, has no meaning.
For some reason the women have not reverted to savagery so rapidly as the men.
Swazuri said the land will be reverted to the government before the squatters are resettled after the 21 days, effective date of publication of the details, elapse.
Even without stem cells, the mice developed a precancerous condition because mature stomach cells reverted back to a stem cell state to heal the injury.
He also disciplined and reverted 24 police personnel in Larkana district on various charges including negligence from duties and public complaints.
Everything-personnel and equipment-under the NIR will have to be reverted to the regions where they used to belong,' the PNP spokesperson said.
MIRPURKHAS -- Four officers of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Mirpurkhas were reverted to their previous positions.
It is worth noting that, like Jastram, I find that oil prices have reverted to the long-run price of gold, rather than the price of gold reverting to that of oil.
Head of the status adjustment department of the apparatus Colonel Mohammad Al-Wohaib told KUNA that 5,578 illegal residents have adjusted their status and reverted back to their Saudi nationality, 895 to the Iraqi and 810 to the Syrian.