reacquisition

reacquisition

(ˌriːækwɪˈzɪʃən)
n
1. the fact or process of acquiring something again
2. something or someone acquired again
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1038 applies, no loss is deductible on the reacquisition, nor will the seller win be entitled to a bad debt deduction in the reacquisition year.
9225, or the Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Act of 2003, assuming that she could prove that she was a natural-born Filipino citizen.
Despite acknowledging Poe's honest mistake, Bautista questioned the senator's permanent intention to reside in the country as Poe applied for reacquisition of her citizenship only on July 10, 2006, or more than a year from the period she claimed she had started establishing her domicile in the Philippines.
9225, or the Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Act of 2003, deemed her to have merely reacquired Filipino citizenship but not the status of a natural-born Filipino as required by the 1987 Constitution.
He said that the session had been convened on the Opposition reacquisition and now it was not ready to follow own agenda.
Aside from the said bills, Drilon also filed proposed measures on the amendments to the Public Service Act, Retail Trade Liberalization Act, Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Act; institutionalization and strengthening of Public-Private Partnerships and creation of the Boracay Development Authority.
Water Intelligence said the Tucson reacquisition enables the group to leverage an already strong business to add further scale to Water Intelligence, both operationally and financially.
The reacquisition of the direct franchising rights was effected through the termination of the master license agreement between Wyndham Hotels and its master licensee for the Days Inn system in China.