re-earn

re-earn

(riːˈɜːn)
vb (tr)
to earn again
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And then re-earn that reputation every time we head out on the water with a new group of paddlers.
I think it is a challenging moment for the press where we're going to have [to] re-earn the trust of the American public.
They have to re-earn their place in the team when they play well and to the more expansive style we need them to play Will Shackley Follow us on Twitter @WalesOnline
He was one of two players that former coach Waqar Younis felt should go back to domestic cricket and re-earn his place in the Pakistan side.
T20 had also highlighted concerns around Shehzad and Akmal's attitudes, and the former coach had suggested the pair should be made to re-earn their place in the national squad with performances in domestic cricket.
He fervently calls upon justice-oriented educators to re-earn literacy activism through research by pursuing community-engaged scholarship.
Brands have to constantly earn and re-earn [Baby Boomers'] loyalty, and the best way to do that is with repeated quality and value," Smith explains.
The organization wants to quickly re-earn its market share.
This was an important step in our work to re-earn the trust of our customers and the communities we operate in.
At RBS we are determined to re-earn the trust of our customers and our continued nancial health is central to that task.
But the Brotherhood also needs to accept that it messed up -- badly -- and that it needs to re-earn the trust of the people.
Journalists need to bite the bullet and re-earn the title "gentlemen of the press".