readoption

readoption

(ˌriːəˈdɒpʃən)
n
the adoption of something or someone again
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Researchers have a host of opportunities to build and test theory in the domains of consumer understanding and use of price information, compliance with preventive medicine, new product adoption and readoption, economic well-being of individuals and families, improving the health care system efficiency, and transforming that system from focusing on treating illnesses to facilitating wellness.
Although colonialism was banished with accession to National Independence, thanks to the Pan-African Liberation Movement driven forward by the Organisation for African Unity, our conscience and a sense of historical responsibility tell us, in circumstances like this, to always give this as a background for the new generations of our Nation, so that they understand what has been this the hateful political system for Humanity, that they are protected, and they will not allow through political power the readoption in our Country of the inhumane methods of slavery, exploitation, and humiliation of the African man".
It's Palestinians who have wealth and privilege [who] actually proclaim its readoption and advocate for its return to heritage.
In a formal readoption, a court must approve the termination of the
He also explores the readoption of the World War I model for a command economy during World War II.
This truth explains Manny's readoption of the role of wandering Jew that previously characterized Jewish history and exile following the destruction of the Second Temple.
And while the existing rules remain in effect during the rulemaking process, the agency is proposing to amend various sections of its contaminated site management regulations before readoption.
In favor of the last possibility is the fact that the Chief Economist's memos were released after Christopher Cox became Chairman, but they supported readoption, and nothing in the public commentary (including my comment) provided any compelling quantitative reason for the SEC to change its mind.
113-74) amends Section 320 of the INA regarding the citizenship of adopted foreign-born children by requiring that all federal documents issued or amended, including a certificate of citizenship, reflect the child's name and date of birth, as shown on state vital records following the adoption or readoption in that state.
Seemingly a case of performative self-contradiction, the overarching and in more sense than one all-embracing perspective is finally that of a perfect or inevitable Prufrockian/Chaplinesque candidate for redemptive readoption.
It turned out the Allisons had neglected to complete the stateside adoption process, thus jeopardizing the legal residency of some of the children--as Kula discovered during her 2011 readoption by Pare Epperly, a longtime Tennessee foster mother.
And he does this without calling for the uncritical readoption of a pre-modern religiosity or by succumbing to tasteless, New Age pseudo-spirituality (some puzzling words of admiration for the deplorable mountebank Osho in one interview notwithstanding), but by permitting the spirit of the past to breathe into and reanimate the present.