readvertise

readvertise

(ˌriːˈædvətaɪz)
vb (tr)
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to advertise (something) again
2. (Commerce) to advertise (something) again
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Now the Bardsey Island Trust are having to readvertise the "challenging but rewarding" role, which involves maintaining the trust's 10 letting houses and looking after the 2,000 visitors who come to the island each year.
There's going to be quite a lot of work going on now until we readvertise the development later in the year."
Councillors voted to readvertise the role with the same terms.
Councillors voted to readvertise the role with the same terms at Thursday night's full council meeting (June 21).
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Post would readvertise 171 posts announced under Haqooq-e-Balochistan Package (HBP), in newspapers registered under All News Papers Society (APNS).
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Post would readvertise 171 posts announced under Haqooq-
"Another eye-catching news article was that a client needed to re-was that a client needed to readvertise for a main contractor in a significant development, due to various parties preferring to opt out as they were busy with refurbishment work.
In its final evaluation report, the Ombudsman Visayas said the DPWH bids and awards committee had failed to readvertise the project after it corrected the approved contractfirst from P10,110,640.14 to P13,092,802.58 and again to P13,092,238.67.
"If Ofcom believes that the proposed licensee does not meet these requirements, we may decide to readvertise the licence."
"Every now and then we feel like the prudent thing to do is go out and readvertise."
When a node (say J) fails, its adjacent neighbors (I, M, and K) can sense this failure and then readvertise their routing table to their neighbors (according to the routing protocol).