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Back In Circulation ( one is seen again after being gone for a long time ... )

"Back In Circulation"

A person who is communication after not being seen for a while is "back in circulation".

Example: "John, where have you been? It is good to see you back in circulation."

Example: "Look, it's Bob! He's back in circulation."

"Circulation" is moving around, and people who are moving around again are "back in circulation".

Example: "After my operation, it took me a long time to get back in circulation."

Example: "How does it feel to be back in circulation?"

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