reinstitute

reinstitute

(ˌriːˈɪnstɪtjuːt)
vb (tr)
to institute, organize, or establish (something) again
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BonBon ends up in the Supreme Court after attempting to reinstitute slavery and segregation in the local school as a means of bringing about civic order.
Some European leaders and human rights groups have criticized the scope of the government's subsequent purge of state institutions as well as calls by many Turks to reinstitute the death penalty to punish those involved in the coup.
"How can a national carrier deny citizens such services for economic gain?" Then 76 members of the Shoura voted to recommend that Saudia reinstitute local flights.
United Airlines supports the signing by representatives of the United States and Cuba governments of a formal arrangement to reinstitute air service between the two countries.
Besides this, proposal is also under consideration to reinstitute the women department after dissolving it completely.
It noted that "contrary to the Government of Pakistan's stated policy that only clearly identified terrorists would be executed, convicts not sentenced on terrorist charges are now being executed." The EU called on Pakistan "to reinstitute the moratorium and to respect fully all its international obligations, in particular the principle of fair trial.
* Minimum wage: House Bill 1403 would reinstitute a state minimum wage and raise it to $8.25 by January, then to $9 by 2016.
Republicans and Democrats have vowed to block the change and warned that they are introducing a bill to reinstitute the ban.
* Opposition Leader Tzipi Livni called on Prime Minister Netanyahu to reinstitute the freeze.
What this study suggests is that one of the things that contributes to inflammation in arthritis is the crippling of beneficial pathways that usually serve to turn off inflammation." Future therapies might focus on ways to augment or reinstitute the beneficial pathways in order to turn off inflammation in those with chronic arthritis, he said.
City may reinstitute plan to make NYC homeless pay rent to stay in shelters [Indypendent]
Garrett Richter, R-Naples, is designed to reinstitute limits on fees to claimant attorneys representing injured workers that have been in place since a 2003 legislative reform of workers' comp laws.