Prepositions after "reconnect"

reconnect with, to, at, around or as?

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    In 80% of cases reconnect with is used
    reconnect with Mother Nature, ASAP.
    Alumni associations are worth reconnecting with.
    I plan on using a group I created to reconnect with classmates.
    EndaJordan A genuine effort to reconnect with the diaspora would be very welcome.
    High Court judge Graham (Tom Wilkinson) returning to India to reconnect with his past.
    My work is always to uplift, empower and help you reconnect with your Divine Potential.
    I really don't know what to do now to reconnect with her, ask her out, let her know how I trully feel about her.
    reconnect with why you started important projects and how any activity fits into your bigger picture of success.
    You need to get on LinkedIn and actually reconnect with anyone you used to work with former colleagues and bosses.
    Akiba herself had experienced some difficulties as she tried to reconnect with the aboriginal side of her heritage.

    In 14% of cases reconnect to is used
    Date and time are preserved (unless the iPod reset itself because it had no power and then was reconnected to power).
    Either he loves ensembles so much, or there's something about doing an ber-epic of this size, that made him feel that he had to immediately reconnect to his guerrilla roots.
    It was her own knowing that ultimately directed her to offer her followers a way of interpreting mind, body and spirit that has helped millions reconnect to their truth and center.
    Because of this process, we've lost appreciation for the changes in season and the cycles of life but some of us are reconnecting to the Earth through gardening and wild foraging.
    In handwritten chapters full of his lush watercolor illustrations, Danny now offers readers a program for reconnecting to their own creative energies, using drawing as an example.
    That means if VM1 moves from host 1 to host 2 it will be able to reconnect to the virtual network (because of the identical name) and be able to reach the same places on the physical network.
    Power has been reconnected to all of the nuclear reactors and lighting has been restored to one of the control rooms making the work of the engineers trying to restore the cooling systems easier.

    In 3% of cases reconnect at is used
    If the flux tubes reconnect at a relatively shallow depth the argument really doesn't change.

    In 1% of cases reconnect as is used
    Nothing bad will happen and we can reconnect as a family.

    In 1% of cases reconnect before is used
    Your mobile line must be reconnected before Pay-As-U-Roam can be activated.

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