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recommission

(ˌriːkəˈmɪʃən)
vb (tr)
to commission (something) again
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We will look at information on local needs and customer feedback, And work together to define the outcomes for the recommissioned services and how they can be delivered to make a difference for our residents.
It is unusual for programmes to get recommissioned for more than one series - and much was rightly made of cop corruption drama Line of Duts y winning a two-series deal from the BBC.
Orion) has successfully recommissioned the Blair Athol coal mine in Queensland and is on track to deliver first sales in August.
Caption: The recommissioned Martha mine in Argentina is shipping silver-gold concentrate.
The Foreign Secretary had backed calls for the Britannia - now a tourist attraction in Leith - to be recommissioned.
WORLD War II drama Home Fires has been recommissioned for a second series.
The Yorkshire-born author is the man behind the DCI Banks novels, which were adapted into a TV show starring Stockton-born actor Stephen Tompkinson which has been recommissioned for a third series.
The BBC programme, was recommissioned for a third series and will be broadcast from Monday November 14.
Our goal, however, was to far exceed the 5-10 buildings required to be directly recommissioned per year.
Pembina expects the recommissioned pipeline will be in service by mid year at a cost of $15 million and is underpinned by a long-term transportation agreement with an area producer for 5,000 bpd.
Wales-made Upstairs Downstairs has been recommissioned for a six-part series of hour-long episodes.
THE latest comedy show from Little Britain duo Matt Lucas and David Walliams has been recommissioned for a second series, the BBC said yesterday.