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reinstitute

(ˌriːˈɪnstɪtjuːt)
vb (tr)
to institute, organize, or establish (something) again
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said, The Secretary of Justice is affirming that the country has existing commitments to the United Nations and that reinstituting the death penalty is a vital policy change that needs to be thoroughly studied by the incoming administration and the 17th Congress.
A spokesperson for President Obama, who prior to becoming president supported reinstituting a ban on assault weapons, did not advocate any new safeguards.
Reinstituting a tradition dating to the 1950s, the U.
We will basically be reinstituting the strike notice given last July.
The department is also reinstituting small business set-asides for refuse services and the Navy's non-nuclear ship repair.
Historically, Gallup has, at times, found majority support for reinstituting the draft, in particular after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1980.
Now, they come up with the ``new'' idea of reinstituting vocational training.
They attribute the success to new policing tactics, such as reinstituting gang intelligence units, installing high-tech security cameras and implementing the "cops on the dots" strategy, which floods high crime areas with previously desk-bound officers.
The court also found Bunting's stated reasons for reinstituting the prayer to be suspect.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has, in fact, dropped the ED plan again (it had one in the '60s which it dropped in the '70s, reinstituting it again in 2000).
30 date for reinstituting the tax to coincide with the annual U.