reinstation

reinstation

(ˌriːɪnˈsteɪʃən)
n
a reinstatement or restoration of a former state
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Had it been altered, the only supposable motive for murder on the part of the suspected would have been the ordinary one of revenge; and even this would have been counteracted by the hope of reinstation into the good graces of the uncle.
A firm that is involuntarily struck off can see all its assets transferred to the State and has to apply to the High Court for reinstation.
I respect his fight against making Small Heath an academy and, like thousands of others, demand his reinstation.
uk) spokesperson David Miller pointed out, "India's top 1000 corporate houses require end-to-end online reputation management, both as a reinstation to print and television users who also use internet, as well as a mechanism to reach out to the 100 million-plus internet users who spend majority of their waking time on the internet, laptops and smartphones.