remobilize

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remobilize

(riːˈməʊbɪˌlaɪz) or

remobilise

vb (tr)
to recall to active military dutyto make (a substance) fluid or plastic again
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We must remobilise that social pioneering spirit to make media work for us in the North East and let our voices be heard in this busy digital age.
I show patients how to help their own recovery by improving their posture and we have the technology to remobilise individual joints of the spine.
AoThe country's retail banks are in generally robust health and have been working to remobilise their liquidity after a period of
The country's retail banks are generally in robust health and have been working to remobilise their liquidity," he added.
They no longer heed the government's calls to remobilise, and many young Misseriya are joining the SPLM-N or other groups in the SRF.
Si la navigation com-merciale et le canotage font aujourd'hui partie integrante du processus de patrimonialisation des deux cours d'eau, ii n'en est pas de meme pour les bains et guinguettes dont le souvenir n'est pas remobilise.
If Jonathan fails to deliver on expectations, it is likely that significant numbers of former militants will remobilise.
Hollande's election as president of the French Republic has consecrated him as the champion of growth in Europe; this is the perfect opportunity to remobilise troops around the key projects that have been on the table for two years.
Pointing to some of the weaknesses in Anzaldfia's account--such as the manner in which it ends up reinforcing the very borders it attempts to transgress- Feghali asks for a broader, more inclusive and transnational conceptualisation of the mestiza that could, in turn, remobilise the conceptual force of hybridity and mestizaje in contemporary thought.
La mefiance paranoide du client s'attenue et sa motivation se remobilise.
1; "Jacques Chirac remobilise le gouvernement contre l'antisemitisme," Le Monde, November 18, 2003; and [letter from David Harris], "Anti-Semitism in France," International Herald Tribune, January 7, 2003, p.
Oxfam gave women cash grants to remobilise them, replaced coir yarn-spinning machines and gave them new tools to do the same jobs faster.