Putting one's shoes, belts, watches, bracelets, and etc. back on after successfully passing through Transportation Security Administration's screening. Otherwise referred to as "The Redressing of Americans"
After removing his belt and shoes to be scanned before his flight, Dennis put his belt back on, then sat in a chair next to other Americans to lace his shoes. This is the redressing of Americans.
by nikki byrd April 10, 2011

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