reapprove


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reapprove

(ˌriːəˈpruːv)
vb (tr)
to approve (something) again
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Here's the important part: My manager says that if we get rent increases to a high enough bracket by the end of the fiscal year, hell convince our head office to reapprove the Assistant Manager position and promote me.
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.
17) Generally, shareholders are not required to reapprove a plan unless there is a need to offer additional shares under the plan or there is a change in the granting corporation.
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.
In terms of numbers alone, the only case in which the LDP needs New Komeito's help would be to reapprove bills rejected in the Upper House with a two-thirds majority or more in the Lower House.
Congress has kept the act in place through a series of short-term extensions over the past four years, but leaders seem determined to finally reapprove it this year and for a longer period.
To get the votes needed, Democratic leaders included a provision that the law would sunset (expire) in 10 years if Congress did not reapprove it.
Ankara's parliament must periodically reapprove the operation, which is not popular in nationalist and Islamist circles.