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reinvent the wheel

(jargon)reinvent the wheel - To design or implement a tool equivalent to an existing one or part of one, with the implication that doing so is silly or a waste of time. This is often a valid criticism. On the other hand, automobiles don't use wooden rollers, and some kinds of wheel have to be reinvented many times before you get them right. On the third hand, people reinventing the wheel do tend to come up with the moral equivalent of a trapezoid with an offset axle.
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Reinstruct
Reinsurance
Reinsure
Reinsurer
Reintegrate
Reintegration
Reinter
reinterpret
reinterpretation
Reinterrogate
Reinthrone
Reinthronize
Reintroduce
reintroduction
reinvent
-- reinvent the wheel --
Reinvest
Reinvestigate
Reinvestment
Reinvigorate
reinvigorated
Reinvolve
Reipublicae interest voluntates defunctorum effectum sortiri
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Reis Effendi
Reissner's membrane
Reissuable
Reissuable notes
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Reiter's disease
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