reapprove


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reapprove

(ˌriːəˈpruːv)
vb (tr)
to approve (something) again
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For his part, Senate President Vicente Sotto III said he was 'crestfallen' but said Congress can refile and reapprove the bill.
The state legal services then sent it back to the House committee which deemed that it was so heavily edited cabinet had to reapprove it.
Environmental Protection Agency to reapprove glyphosate for use in the U.S.
SMMT chief Mike Hawes said: "With the industry given barely a year to reapprove the entire European model line-up, it's no surprise we've seen bottlenecks and a squeeze on supply."
Mike Hawes, SMMT chief, said: "With the industry given barely a year to reapprove the entire European model line-up, it's no surprise we've seen bottlenecks and a squeeze on supply."
That kind of happy ending, Hayes said, would require engineers to exhibit such clear control of the craft that Nasa's review board would reapprove its funding stream at a time when competition for funds among missions is more intense than ever.
House Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling and a vocal group of other conservative Republicans have blocked legislation to reapprove the 81-year-old bank.
Also included in the filing: proposals to elect Marcus Smith and Tom Smith to the company's board; to approve of a revised stock plan; to reapprove the company's incentive compensation plan; and to finalize selection of PricewaterhouseCoopers as principal accounting firm for 2012.
Every six months, a District Court judge has to reapprove the holding of prisoners in isolation.
USDA must now reapprove the crop, a decision eagerly awaited by tens of thousands of alfalfa growers.
The proposed amendments, which would set automatic limits on fund fees and charges, would eliminate the need for fund directors to explicitly approve and reapprove fund distribution financing plans.
Market responses will probably change only if the administration shows its determination to swiftly reapprove budget-related bills on a second vote at the House of Representatives if they are rejected at the House of Councillors.