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reinstitute

(ˌriːˈɪnstɪtjuːt)
vb (tr)
to institute, organize, or establish (something) again
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I FOUND Clarence alone in his quarters, drowned in melancholy; and in place of the electric light, he had reinstituted the ancient rag-lamp, and sat there in a grisly twilight with all curtains drawn tight.
"The modern Chinese state has reinstituted this procedure for different reasons: It wants to use the ritual to maintain control over the future Dalai Lama and other prominent Tibetan leaders.
The Catholic Church reinstituted the role of the permanent deacon following the reforms of the landmark 1962-65 Second Vatican Council.
Following the reinstituted ban on ZTE (ZTCOY) imposed by the U.S.
Since then, McNew has grown the young professionals program to 40 members, developed a program to educate and encourage potential candidates for political races and reinstituted the yearly chamber dinner.
Just recently Abu Dhabi had reinstituted a 5 per cent rental cap, which would ease some of the tenants' cost of living.
Sources told that Syed Ejaz had reinstituted on his services while utilizing his political influence.
Ambassador to Lebanon David Hale said Wednesday that a newly reinstituted trade program would help boost Lebanon's economic growth by granting Lebanese exporters duty-free access to the U.S.
The company said that earlier on 19 May 2014 it disclosed that its board had reinstituted its share repurchase programme and authorised the buy back of a maximum of 1,477,804 common shares.
On May 19, 2014, UCFC announced that the board of directors had reinstituted its share repurchase programme and authorised the repurchase of a maximum of 1,477,804 UCFC common shares.
She will be responsible for the reinstituted annual event FMI Connect, the Global Food Retail Experience.
27 May 2014 -- Ohio US-based bank holding company United Community Financial Corp (NASDAQ: UCFC) said that its board of directors has reinstituted its share repurchase programme.