reacquisition


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reacquisition

(ˌriːækwɪˈzɪʃən)
n
1. the fact or process of acquiring something again
2. something or someone acquired again
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ISM believes that the reacquisition of its shares will result in enhancing shareholder value.
108(i)(1) provides an election for deferral of the inclusion of COD income arising in connection with the reacquisition of an applicable debt instrument after Dec.
8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- After more than 20 years of licensing its brand name to an Italian entity for use outside of North America, Bell Helmets today announced the reacquisition of its worldwide rights in the powersports market.
One day later, NASA shut down the spacecraft's video feed as it went into 'emergency Sun reacquisition mode.
phenomena that presumably concern processing of the CS): the habituation of neophobia and the extinction of associations (specifically, the effects of swim on the reacquisition of extinguished associations).
kate spade china, together with the planned reacquisition of our mainland China and Southeast Asia businesses, as well as our joint venture in Japan, will solidify our long term commitment to brand ownership in Asia.
The APCA is demanding that their pays as wella s their grades be increased, their financial benefits be restored, house reacquisition for all government employees and the establishment of a housing colony for the APCA.
Prism Capital Partners, LLC has announced the reacquisition of 399 Jefferson Road, a 180,000 s/f, Class A office building in Parsippany.
Fast start-up, reacquisition and output rates enable the A220 and A221 to provide the best signal for visual guidance and automated steering applications.
Summary: Russia has completed the reacquisition of 24 upgradedMiG-29 fighter-jets rejected by Algeria as substandard.
The 18 1/2-inch ported barrel makes this 12-gauge pump gun easy to shoot, minimizing muzzle lift resulting in faster reacquisition of the target.