remobilize

remobilize

(riːˈməʊbɪˌlaɪz) or

remobilise

vb (tr)
to recall to active military dutyto make (a substance) fluid or plastic again
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That means we have to send the technicians home, wait till the part arrives, then remobilize.
It is therefore difficult to remobilize savings to finance investment and we lose opportunities for growth.
This is an exciting realization," Janes says, "because we now can look for ways to remobilize the GDF11 precursor and reengage its normal tumor suppressive activity wherever triplenegative cancer cells reside in the body.
This is an exciting realization," Janes said, "because we now can look for ways to remobilize the GDF11 precursor and reengage its normal tumor suppressive activity wherever triple-negative cancer cells reside in the body.
The event is an opportunity to remobilize the international community in favor of the two-state solution, he noted.
Dar said that funds for the Torkham-Jalalabad Highway had been released and the contractor would remobilize on ground within this month.
These militias have begun to remobilize inside Iraq and are said to have infiltrated the security forces.
Instead the central bank, having abandoned open-market operations, must then remobilize the discount rate.
This failure of governance is driving many Sunni Iraqis into the arms of Al-Qaeda in Iraq and fueling the rise of violence, which in turn is radicalizing Shia Iraqi communities and leading many Shia militant groups to remobilize.
The country's retail banks are in generally robust health and have been working to remobilize their liquidity after a period of elevated risk aversion, said the EDB report.
2) The 2005 Kashmir earthquake related landslides could still remobilize most likely as a deep slump.
We'd be able to vacate the current headquarters and essentially remobilize the administrative functions in a really short period of time if there is a serious purchaser for the HQ.