reinstruct

reinstruct


Past participle: reinstructed
Gerund: reinstructing

Imperative
reinstruct
reinstruct
Present
I reinstruct
you reinstruct
he/she/it reinstructs
we reinstruct
you reinstruct
they reinstruct
Preterite
I reinstructed
you reinstructed
he/she/it reinstructed
we reinstructed
you reinstructed
they reinstructed
Present Continuous
I am reinstructing
you are reinstructing
he/she/it is reinstructing
we are reinstructing
you are reinstructing
they are reinstructing
Present Perfect
I have reinstructed
you have reinstructed
he/she/it has reinstructed
we have reinstructed
you have reinstructed
they have reinstructed
Past Continuous
I was reinstructing
you were reinstructing
he/she/it was reinstructing
we were reinstructing
you were reinstructing
they were reinstructing
Past Perfect
I had reinstructed
you had reinstructed
he/she/it had reinstructed
we had reinstructed
you had reinstructed
they had reinstructed
Future
I will reinstruct
you will reinstruct
he/she/it will reinstruct
we will reinstruct
you will reinstruct
they will reinstruct
Future Perfect
I will have reinstructed
you will have reinstructed
he/she/it will have reinstructed
we will have reinstructed
you will have reinstructed
they will have reinstructed
Future Continuous
I will be reinstructing
you will be reinstructing
he/she/it will be reinstructing
we will be reinstructing
you will be reinstructing
they will be reinstructing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reinstructing
you have been reinstructing
he/she/it has been reinstructing
we have been reinstructing
you have been reinstructing
they have been reinstructing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reinstructing
you will have been reinstructing
he/she/it will have been reinstructing
we will have been reinstructing
you will have been reinstructing
they will have been reinstructing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reinstructing
you had been reinstructing
he/she/it had been reinstructing
we had been reinstructing
you had been reinstructing
they had been reinstructing
Conditional
I would reinstruct
you would reinstruct
he/she/it would reinstruct
we would reinstruct
you would reinstruct
they would reinstruct
Past Conditional
I would have reinstructed
you would have reinstructed
he/she/it would have reinstructed
we would have reinstructed
you would have reinstructed
they would have reinstructed
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42) The trial court can then reinstruct the jury and send it back for further deliberations.
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The military judge should be sure not to omit those questions of counsel, and if the military judge does have to reinstruct the members for any reason, counsel should be asked for objections or requests for additional instruction after the supplementary instruction is completed.
When the judge took the bench Thursday, he announced his plan to reinstruct the jury, much as he did Tuesday when he told jurors to forget they had heard testimony about Simpson reportedly flunking a lie detector test.
Watching over this process are the members of Congress, who can step in to either reinstruct the agencies or courts, or create new and superseding legislation.