reincorporate

reincorporate

(ˌriːɪnˈkɔːpəˌreɪt)
vb (tr)
to incorporate again

reincorporate


Past participle: reincorporated
Gerund: reincorporating

Imperative
reincorporate
reincorporate
Present
I reincorporate
you reincorporate
he/she/it reincorporates
we reincorporate
you reincorporate
they reincorporate
Preterite
I reincorporated
you reincorporated
he/she/it reincorporated
we reincorporated
you reincorporated
they reincorporated
Present Continuous
I am reincorporating
you are reincorporating
he/she/it is reincorporating
we are reincorporating
you are reincorporating
they are reincorporating
Present Perfect
I have reincorporated
you have reincorporated
he/she/it has reincorporated
we have reincorporated
you have reincorporated
they have reincorporated
Past Continuous
I was reincorporating
you were reincorporating
he/she/it was reincorporating
we were reincorporating
you were reincorporating
they were reincorporating
Past Perfect
I had reincorporated
you had reincorporated
he/she/it had reincorporated
we had reincorporated
you had reincorporated
they had reincorporated
Future
I will reincorporate
you will reincorporate
he/she/it will reincorporate
we will reincorporate
you will reincorporate
they will reincorporate
Future Perfect
I will have reincorporated
you will have reincorporated
he/she/it will have reincorporated
we will have reincorporated
you will have reincorporated
they will have reincorporated
Future Continuous
I will be reincorporating
you will be reincorporating
he/she/it will be reincorporating
we will be reincorporating
you will be reincorporating
they will be reincorporating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reincorporating
you have been reincorporating
he/she/it has been reincorporating
we have been reincorporating
you have been reincorporating
they have been reincorporating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reincorporating
you will have been reincorporating
he/she/it will have been reincorporating
we will have been reincorporating
you will have been reincorporating
they will have been reincorporating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reincorporating
you had been reincorporating
he/she/it had been reincorporating
we had been reincorporating
you had been reincorporating
they had been reincorporating
Conditional
I would reincorporate
you would reincorporate
he/she/it would reincorporate
we would reincorporate
you would reincorporate
they would reincorporate
Past Conditional
I would have reincorporated
you would have reincorporated
he/she/it would have reincorporated
we would have reincorporated
you would have reincorporated
they would have reincorporated
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Eswatini and Saint Kitts and Nevis made direct pleas for the World Health Organization (WHO) to reincorporate Taiwan into its annual assembly.
At Limpopo region, where Mr Skelemani was deployed to, residents of Vuwani boycotted the election, citing government's refusal to reincorporate their area into the Makhado Local Municipality following the delimitation exercise and poor service delivery, among other reasons.
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In order to develop pressure on federal government, he stated his party would force the ruling party to bring amendment in Election Bill 2017 passed and also to reincorporate the removed clause.
Fighters will now abandon weapons, leave jungle camps and reincorporate into society, aided by government programmes.
Under the agreement, FARC fighters will lay down their weapons, leave their jungle camps and slowly reincorporate into society.
Pharmaceutical company Flamel Technologies (NASDAQ:FLML) reported on Friday that it has received shareholder approval to reincorporate its country of domicile to Ireland from France via a cross-border merger with Avadel Pharmaceuticals Limited.
In recent years, dozens of American companies have used similar tactics, known as inversions, to reincorporate in Ireland, Britain and other countries with lower corporate tax rates than those in the United States " at a cost to the Treasury conservatively estimated at $20 billion over 10 years.
Some emphasis is put on PM Borisov's intentions to reincorporate the domestic security and counter-intelligence agency DANS into the Interior Ministry "to leave it freer to deal with counter-terrorism work," political scientist Daniel Smilov is reported as saying.
Shire said Wednesday that its board believes AbbVie should follow through with its plan to acquire Shire and reincorporate on the British island of Jersey, where Shire is incorporated.
Inversion requires a domestic company to merge with a foreign firm and reincorporate abroad, even if it continues to conduct most of its business and derive most of its revenues from the United States.