re-enthrone

re-enthrone

(ˌriːɪnˈθrəʊn)
vb (tr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to enthrone (a king, queen, etc) again
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Also, the four-day meeting is expected to nominate Bashir as its candidate for presidential election and to re-enthrone him as a chairman of the party.
Honors needs to re-enthrone the crucial function of teaching in many of the ways the Boyer Report recommends, and my remarks below are often influenced by that report.
Honors needs to re-enthrone teaching as the key function of higher education by being better at it than anybody else on campus; this teaching, along with our entire honors effort, needs to be constantly fresh, constantly experimenting with new approaches in educational delivery, and constantly adopting innovative strategies to make learning accessible.