recommission

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recommission

(ˌriːkəˈmɪʃən)
vb (tr)
to commission (something) again
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WHEN Spencer and Vogue first hit our screens sceptics doubted it would last a full season never mind be recommissioned.
And the council eventually recommissioned the site in a bid to minimise disruption to pupils, some of whom were attending three different schools sites a day.
As part of the strategy the homelessness and ex-offenders accommodation and support contract will also be recommissioned when it expires on March 31.
And now a show which features Teesside comedian Bob Mortimer fishing has been recommissioned for a second series.
ITV has recommissioned drama series The Durrells for a fourth series, it has been announced.
The Foreign Secretary had backed calls for the Britannia - now a tourist attraction in Leith - to be recommissioned.
WORLD War II drama Home Fires has been recommissioned for a second series.
Captain Rose, of North Shields in North Tyneside, volunteered to go with his trawler, the Saxton Prince, when it was recommissioned in 1914 for minesweeping duties.