re-elevate

re-elevate

(riːˈɛlɪˌveɪt)
vb (tr)
to elevate again
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Collins wants to re-elevate scientists and recognize their specialist expertise.
At a time when the bank has to re-elevate itself, seizing the opportunity that Africa offers today, and pushing the continent through to the next stage of development, placing Africa as the next solid emerging market in the world, you need to explore new innovative ideas and you need to put the bank at the centre of economic circles.
Stevens noted that Shelby and Hensarling seem to want to re-elevate reform of the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs), and that would be a top advocacy priority for MBA if it starts to move in earnest in the coming year.